This red blend from Hermann, Missouri has become a house wine for us. It costs about $12 a bottle, and shows great fruit and vanilla, and has a rich mouth-feel. This red wine pairs really well with cheese and meat.
Good bubbly—-really delightful in this balmy, humid day. Dry with many tiny bubbles. (Rating: Very good) Read more at http://www.mummnapa.com.
His hand felt like an oven mitt—filled with stone. “My god,” I thought as I removed my paw, “those are hands that have worked the vines.” Which is true. Raimund Prüm is a mountain of a man, and he and
Adler Fels is German for “eagle rock,” which reflects the producer’s locale: near the Mayacamas Mountains. This California white is made from grapes from Monterey and Sonoma counties. It is an exquisite, high-end wine for those who really adore their
Inexpensive, fruity, and utterly unobjectionable. For $9 this red wine works! (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.blackstonewinery.com/
Tastes of green pepper, indicating grapes picked too early. This red wine from Chile also is a bit hot. Meh. (Not good.)