For us it’s a wine discovery, courtesy of the excellent sommelier at The Ledbury:
Brezeme is a Northern Rhone appellation, and the sample we tried is from a grape called Serine, a clone of Syrah.
It is quite spicy in fact, and we taste cherries and lots of Summer fruit, as well reminiscences of sun-warmed Mediterranean beaches, and desire of a vacation.
We think it’s also biodynamic. If so it would be one of a lengthening list of biodynamic wines we really like, which is funny because we think that what in biodynamics is beyond organic is just biobullshit.
Be that as it may, what a lovely discovery.