Oops. Happy accident perhaps as this 2014 pinot opens up slightly petillant. Unfinished secondary ferment likely as no bretty notes. Delicious and on clearance at my Whole Foods. Exploding bottles maybe? I went back and bought all they had. — 11 days ago
🗞 Y2K 🐜 🤣, Blockbuster not buy Netflix 🤣, Concord 😢, PS2 🕹, DotCom 💥📉
🎵 Oops! I Did It Again, Stan, Who let the 🐶 out
🎥 X-Men, Cast Away, Erin Brockovich, Gladiator
🗣 I have nipples Greg, could you milk me?
Pink Pinot Porn 💗
The steamy finessed intricate pink bubbles tease you as they dance around the glass hypnotising you to take a sip of the deep clear amber, shining copper & salmon love juice. The nose seduces with a powerful floral cherry red berry smokey soil leafy peachy brioche mist. Helplessly your palette succumbs to a smooth rich strawberry peach & red berry biscuity mousse caress that teases you to take another as the kiss lingers on and on. I thought the 96 pink DP was hot but this is X-rated! Drank in a Zalto Burgundy glass & decanted.
Divine! 😍 — 7 months ago
Jump. Panama. Hot for Teacher. Oops not a Van Halen retro but wow. Yum. Still has legs. Medium to full. Alexander Valley fruit all the way. Santa Rosa produced. Love that too. Garage winemakers everywhere. — 18 days ago
Thought I was opening the 2013 and accidentally grabbed the 2015...oops!!Should probably sit for a bit; nonetheless, a very enjoyable bottle for the holiday weekend. I got some earthiness, forest, stone and cherries. — 3 months ago
A few years ago bought several bottles thinking I could medium age a few while I dipped in and out of tasting them. Now only one bottle left. Oops. I like best how its drinking now, has a nice acidic snap, had a broad, ungainly tomato-ey tone which now feels fresh & terroir specific, ie, red fruits incl wild raspberries & strawberries. Has the Beaujo straightforwardness I cherish. Weygandt imp. — 5 months ago
One of the many I forgot to log from my engagement party. Oops — 5 months ago
Oof trying this just to try to learn Malbec if I were to get it in a blind tasting. I’d maybe confuse it with a new world Merlot. Advice from other blind tasting study-hounds? I sincerely will keep tasting Malbecs of all levels until I get a hang on this. Anyway what I get is some ripe, some stewed and some dried black and blue (cherries, blackberries blueberries) fruit and some vanilla and I just don’t know what would tell my tongue this was Malbec not, say a Merlot or new world hybrid tasty blend...I’d be a fail at the court masters...oh what am I to do? Oh drink oops got it. I shall keep sipping. — 7 months ago