National sales manager for Grapes of Spain, a Spanish wine importer; but ombibulous when off duty.
Angry, polished, pleasing. Like a 140 pound mastiff that hasn't been fed for 3 days rolling over for a tummy rub when you get home. — 2 days ago
Cloudy, fizzy a bit funky. With air cleans up a bit. — 2 days ago
Potomac Point Winery 'Vino Camino' NV. I understand that it is a blend of Virginia fruit, vinifies locally blended with a portion of finished wine from Jumilla/Spain, from the wine maker's family vineyard.
Inky ruby. Combines savory notes of Monastrell, meaty, dried cherries, scrub with a hint of leafiness.
Enjoyable, if a bit rustic in texture. — 9 days ago
Balanced, some CO2 but cleaner than the fleurie from earlier. So delicious. — 2 days ago
Fat. Lacking a bit of the focus I would hope for with friulano. — 2 days ago
Interesting with a medium copper-y orange color. Nose combines lychee/tropical note and the slightly musky scent of steeped oolong tea. Not as tannic/astringent as I expected (hoped?) with Thanksgiving feast. Felt a bit soft, but on day two plenty of acid present...
Unique and original American wine. Worth a taste. — 4 days ago