I'm a regular person and cannot claim I know much about wine, but I did take a tasting class in France one time. Most wines I drink fall under a $20 price point...
Started as a basic Rhone but really opened up into something a little richer over time. Very good. Mostly dry with just a hint of jammy sweetness. — 8 months ago
2016 - delicious. Dryer red wine that allows a lightness to it while maintaining a velvety mouth feel. — 2 years ago
Solid wine. Falls a little short compared to similar wines. — 10 months ago
2016. Great light dry-ish wine. Flavorful enough to pair with stronger foods. — a year ago
Pretty dang good. Would recommend above most wines. — 2 years ago
Not usually into Pinots, but this is a lighter Pinot with a dry spice to it that made it stick out for it's price point. Not too shabby if you want a mild dry wine, but not quite the Pinot noir I'm accustomed to. — a year ago
Tastes like France. Specifically, like lunch in France. Great price. — 2 years ago