Notice the bottle date -- today is November 2015! We found this bottle hiding behind a bottle of rum. The cork virtually disintegrated while being pulled, nothing a little filtering didn't fix. Took a whiff of the glass, took an apprehensive sip... WOW! Smooth and sweet, nothing like most viogniers we've tried and it's been so long we don't know if this is how this wine started out. But who cares. It is wonderful. Our only regret is the size of this small bottle. — 2 years ago
Crisp and drinkable, and a touch on the sweet side, this wine pairs well with steak and chicken. — 3 years ago
Light in color, this wine is good with steak or cookies ; we did both.
— 3 years ago
This is a mid-grade slightly sweet chianti that neither thrills not disappoints. — 2 years ago
Real sweet, easy to drink wine. Liquid clear chocolate anyone?
— 3 years ago
Very smooth non-vintage wine. Production run is over, no year on bottle. — 3 years ago
We were told by a wine master that more than two grapes in a blend means lower quality wine. This blend has four different grapes. Nevertheless, we found this to be a delightful wine with no negative traits. Worth a glass or two I would say. — 3 years ago
This is a single grape malbec that is ever so slightly on the sweet side and incredibly smooth. — 3 years ago
We don't usually like Pinot Noir but this one is delightfully light and flavorful. — 3 years ago