Just give me a glass, a piece of bread and maybe some cheese....Cheers!
A nice, mature red fruit Big French red Bordeaux - smooth finish with that ever distinctive terroir on the nose and palette. Pair with some blue cheese & red meat for your business class trip to France. Enjoy this one with a meal or some distinctive dish to bring out the best this has to offer! — 20 days ago
Penfolds helps that eternal argument about don’t fear the twist cap...the same way Blue Oyster Cult told us to don’t fear the reaper. Add more cowbell, and sip this down while doing it! Perfect Chard punch on the nose from the first sip, wonderful notes on the younger and palette going down. Vivacious flavor that is new world chard from down under. Quite enjoyable...wish I had picked up more then a single bottle! — a month ago
The nose on this will challenge you! It’s intense as the label says and it’s truth in advertising: Old world cheese in a damp musky cellar comes to mind. That said, once you get past that, you’ll have a citrusy glide down a flavor profile of fruit, slate stone and minerals that gently zap your pallete on the exit to bookend the shock to your nose. Don’t serve this to first time wine drinkers: this is for folks who’ve played around a bit in the grape garden of taste. — 5 days ago
Rather enjoyed this funky label - a solid French red that does not disappoint and not too heavy or pretentious - great with crackers and cheese! Sharp finish and easy on the palette - solid all around! — a month ago
Surprised on how good this is given the bargain price - don’t let the under $10 fool you here: these are good grapes and a nice, hearty Chard with a good flavor and sharp citrusy finish. Lawson Station convenience store for the win on wine! — 13 days ago
Old country Mediterranean goodness here: soft entry with some earthy/stone centric citrus and green fruit notes that convey a nice harmony in each sip. Good glass and versatile enough for many occasions! — a month ago