Serious wino. Branching out from New World wines to Old World wines. I subscribe to the philosophy: if it tastes good to you, then it's good! Price point just m...
Rich fruit and slightly less dry than our first bottle of the Domain de Bousquet. In comparison, I liked the former with the crispy duck we were eating. Still, both were quite good. — 3 years ago
I was able to acquire a case of this at a really good price point. It's ready to drink right now and is a good, nicely rounded Cab. It won't break my bank at under twenty bucks a bottle and it won't need any apologies to my wine snob friends — 3 years ago
My favorite Pinot Grigio, it tastes in the middle between typical Italian style, lighter, thinner Pinot Grigio and the French style Pinot Gris that is thicker and more full bodied. Both wine types are from the same grape but each country puts a different spin on their version. This particular one seems to me the best of both! — 3 years ago
Rich, full taste and a beautiful yellow color. — 3 years ago
I like the Gigundas terroir because the wine is full bodied with restrained tannins so the grape flavor is pleasantly balanced , not too dry yet not at all sweet. Full bodied without the alcoholic intensity of some 'bold' wines. You can actually taste the grapes. — 3 years ago
Unusually nice, well balanced Spanish wine. Light tannins, with just enough fruitiness from start, on the tongue, right through a smooth lingering finish. — 3 years ago