The label recommends drinking this before end of 2016 so, like most of the homework I ever did, I’ve just hit the deadline. In another parallel with most of my homework, it’s good, but not quite good enough. Promising up front but slightly sour round the edges.
Maybe it’s because my kids are at a sleepover, maybe it’s the enormous T bone steak I’m having with it, maybe I’m narrating like this because I’m watching Sin City, but this is tasting like one of the best wines I’ve drunk in a long, long time. Slips down like a shot of olive oil, […]
Little bit of sauv-sharpness, little bit of chardonnay-body. Best of both worlds. Good braai wine. Probably goes well with chicken, but in true braai fashion, it will be long gone before the braai is done.
Drank this while eating one of the best T-bone steaks I’ve ever consumed, and it was more than up to the task. Smoother than Barry White on date night, slips down easier than an old lady walking in the snow, and has better taste than a hoxton hipster. If you get a chance to taste, […]
Like a clever analogy for something lacking in depth and complexity, this wine (and my English skills) lack a bit of depth and complexity. Still very agreeable, but much better Cabs out there.