Habitual Line Stepper. White Wine Lover. Dessert Wines Matter. 1/2 of Bad and Boozy Podcast.
This bubble was definitely a treat. The almond was subtle and satisfying and the bubbles were light and crisp. Little to no after taste and it danced on my tongue. Not too sweet and not too dry. A definite sip for any special occasion and best enjoyed alone to enjoy the nutty flavor. — 10 months ago
The worst wine I've ever had in my life. Honestly, I couldn't even call it wine. It smells and tastes like gasoline. Neither my nose nor my tongue could detect any notes other than petrol. Allegedly it tastes like berries. I didn't give it another sip to see. Putrid would be to nice of a word to describe it. My taste buds were assaulted and I want to press charges. This was not a BBW. This was fuel for a BMW. — a year ago
When sipping on this the first thing that came to mind was canned peaches. This wine was too sweet and had an artificial after taste. It was not enjoyable to me but I can see how someone with a less refined palette would enjoy it. It was juicy but not necessarily in a good way. The best part of the wine was the finish which was light with hints of apricot. — 10 months ago
Now this is a BBW. Big on fruit and bold on flavor this old vine Zin was amazing. A steal at $9 bucks. The blackberry, oak, and spice blended perfectly and it was a pleasure to sip. Like a decadent dessert you'll want to take your time with it and enjoy every drop. — a year ago
My first introduction to French Syrah is one of Deja Vu. More dry and spicy than your Australian Syrah's but delicious none the less. The finish doesn't linger long on the tongue and with notes of red fruit and wood this floral red is definitely worth trying if you like earthy wines. — 4 months ago