I like wine. Other stuff too. And sometimes I like other stuff better with wine.
Totes fine. A little after opening it showed an easy going bubbly rose quality, shortly thereafter things got a little more serious. Dry fruit, some stick to-it-ness, but overall we didn’t feel the need to polish it off. Which rarely happens with pink bubbles. — 4 months ago
Drinking PERFECT FOR THE AFTERMATH OF A BOMB CYCLONE AND ARCTIC CONDITIONS. Reminder that there were beautiful things (in 2008 at least). — 2 years ago
Over the hill and far away, and still worth drinking. — 4 months ago
The red headed stepchild of my wine collection finally got some attention. I’ve owned this bottle in too many apartments. I’ve jokingly suggested open ing it to my wife too many times knowing full well she wasn’t gonna opt in.
Tonight I cooked myself a steak, and looked for that bottle no one was gonna miss. Hello Amarone. WHERE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE? The nose hints at something possibly a little over the hill, and it ain’t all that enticing, but then you take a bite of steak, a nibble of mashed potatoes and sip that juice and it tastes like blackberries pushed through a dirty layer of tobacco and I am putting this funky song on repeat. — 2 years ago
Jason had this 10 months ago
The white, not the rose bubbles. Strange sparkler in that it wasn’t particularly frizzante and would have been improved by not being bubbly at all...it was a bit on the fence about it’s bubbliciousness. Which is an odd state of carbonation (for something deliberately made into a sparkler). Super tasty tho. — 2 years ago