‘A Journey to Nowhere: Among the Lands and History of Courland’ by the French author Jean-Paul Kauffmann is a wonderful work of literature by a passionate and curious writer who tries to unravel the history of Courland, an entity that no longer exists.
Pleasant, the bubbles are silky on the palate. At temperature higher, his softness in mouth invites to do another sip. The finish is very long, with references of fruit and biscuits. Great expression of longevity.
Tends to be velvety and tangy, with zesty, fruit-driven touches that make it a sophisticated wine with a rich, charming taste that is never too sparkling. It can be enjoyed as an aperitif, with hors d'oeuvres, however a worthy wine for a whole meal.
Full-bodied, dry with well balanced, harmonious tannic structure and full, persistent flavour. It recalls all its pleasant and enjoyable aromas: particular and unique feature thus being pleasant and enjoyable. Its character is particular and unique.