Hello Friends! I have a large amount of catching up to do on my wines. There’s been too many to write about all in one sitting so I’m going to give you a brief rundown just in time to choose the perfect wine for Easter or any other special gathering you have in the near future.
Chateau St. Michelle Indian Wells Merlot. This wine was actually picked up by mistake by yours truly. It turned out to be a very good oops. It is dark purple, plush and so quaffable, you’d think it was a red blend of mostly Cabernet. Make sure you read the label carefully because the Indian Wells location gives this wine the greater impact tastewise than the plain old Chateau S.M.
Rating: 🍷🍷🍷.7 out of 5
BonAnno Pinot Noir. I tried this one at the Wine Exchange and came back to buy more. I discovered that the second time I tasted it, this wine is tightly wound so give it some time to open up before you drink. Use an aerator or let it breathe for a half hour before pouring. The color is a ruby red in the glass. It’s velvety and complex with flavors of tart cherry, cocoa, black licorice, earth and vanilla that shine through.
Rating: 🍷🍷🍷.9 out of 5
6th Sense Syrah. Michael David does it again with a beautiful Syrah from the Lodi region of California. Very dark, almost black in the glass with notes of blueberry buckle, a hint of baking spices and a long, smooth finish. Yummy!
Rating: 🍷🍷🍷🍷 out of 5
That’s my super quick rundown of wines with more to share again soon.
Cheers my dears!!