Hopefully this corrects to rosé soon. It is so hot I barely put clothes on today much to mention makeup. But you know what is cold and refreshing and Provençal-esque? This wine. Lighter than many US canned ones. Seashells and herbs and a hint of watermelon rounding things out. Go team Oregon. — 2 years ago
Waiting for Delectable to identify this but know that it is Canned Oregon’s Sparkling rosé. Well now I’ve found my shower can after...probably too much research. It has sharp and fruit and hint of sweet without being so and... I know the label says I should be active-These stick figures suggest frisbee, beach sunning, surf/snow/skate boarding, grilling and plain cheers-Ing (never opposed) but this is my summer of 2019 shower booze. Take it love it. They should add a showering stick figure to this can. — 2 years ago
Canned Oregon Pinot Noir! That is the winemaker the app hasn’t recognized yet. And me making notes as I oft do, studiously scribbling at the kitchen counter. This is quite good! So good I wanted to pour into a glass to fully vibe on the good. Very spicy. Great with a chill and also without though based on my chilled reds fetish you can guess which one fetched my fancy. Very big on the allspice/cinnamon/cherry notes. Cola. Funtimes. I think the reason Pinot Noir has an affinity for aluminum must have something to do with how I always think they taste at least a little like a cherry coke. Which is also great out of a can and good when searching for a sugar high over an alcohol mellow. Should I invent a cocktail combining them? Oh. No probably not. But maybe.
Oh wait—actually a Kalimoxto made with cherry coke would be awesome. Thank you for bearing with me in my time of ramble. — 2 years ago
Not exactly dessert but also sorta dessert if you are cool with not really sweet dessert which I’m normally not but this is how it tastes. Also how I imagine a sparkly purple cracked geode would taste. Grape-ish but mineral and lively. Maybe healing.
And sparkling. So that makes sense — 2 years ago