Gueuze and Lambics

See how it is next to the 15 yr. Blue Moon.


Sorry. Couldn’t help myself. [wow.gif] [snort.gif]

2016 Hanssens Artisanaal Oude Gueuze - Belgium, Flanders, Dworp (12/2/2023)
– from 375 mL –

Light, refreshing, and light-on-its-feet for this bottling. Not (yet) taking-on any deeper/burnished/nutty flavors indicative of aged character.

2018 Gueuzerie Tilquin Oude Quetsche Tilquin à L’Ancienne - Belgium, Wallonie, Rebecq (12/2/2023)
– from 375 mL –

Drinking nicely, but the plums have only a faint presence at this point.

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2011 Gueuzerie Tilquin Oude Gueuze À l’Ancienne - Belgium, Wallonie, Rebecq (5/11/2024)
Flipping amazing! Really in a strong groove right now — anyone with multiple bottles should be popping at least one. Will age longer – in fact, this tastes quite young at the moment, so if you want this when it’s mature then you really must continue to Hold. For me, it’s too good to not drink right now.

Appreciate the check in, I’m holding back to 2012 but haven’t popped one in years.