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Gman1962 wrote:Opened this for a buddies birthday on Monday. He can't handle my typical big reds or anything very tannic. 3 of us raised a glass and congratulated him on making another year and started commenting on the wine. My wife, who is a white drinker, found it to be very approachable and commented several times how much she liked it. My buddy also enjoyed it as it was a departure from his typical chardonnay. I found it to be medium bodied, flavors of strawberry and a very easy drinker. Another flavor that struck me was a watermelon jolly rancher, not sweet though. In fact this is a very dry wine which appealed to my wife and buddy. I was also reminded of beaujolais nouveau as I had an opportunity on a business trip to Europe a couple of years ago to participate in the release. We didn't quite finish the bottle so I had the last half glass last night with potato pancakes and it was still very enjoyable. I'm a big Stillman fan so I had an expectation of having something good and I wasn't disappointed. I still get a kick out this:
Thanks for the notes. This sounds like the rose's wiofe and I enjopy. Howeever, $15 is my cut off point for rose...if this was $5 cheaper I would've steruggling to stay away form tthe yellow 'tangle...
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Winedavid39 wrote:PLEASE NOTE: any packages being offered this week and next for that matter, will arrive prior to Christmas.
Thanks a bunch! We'll be sure to keep that info handy.
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