Before you jump to conclusions, no, I'm not (re)married! This post is by my friend and today's guest author, Andras. He recently remarried and he and his new wife honeymooned in the wine country of South Africa around Cape Town.
The concept of the Wine Spectator Grand Tour is pretty simple: showcase over 240 90+ point wines to ravening oenophiles. Period.
The addition of the Bordeaux varietals makes this wine an unusual one that is a perfect match to the American palate.
Surprisingly smooth and velvety for a Petite Sirah, it was deep, dark, and brooding, and didn’t do our teeth any favors.
It was too late to pick up my allocation because there was no more room in the (full-sized!) SUV.
Reservations to the hottest new restaurant in Vegas has been as rare as dentition in Gallus gallus domesticus (hen’s teeth).
There was jasmine, gooseberry, lime, a scent of grassy herbaceousness, and a noticeable absence of “cat pee.”
These containers are reconfigured into shops, bars, restaurants, and even a wedding chapel.
The wine is a newly released wine from Dianna Novy Lee, Adam's wife, who has created the Flaunt Wine Company.
Which ultimately didn’t matter because of one important reason. It didn’t suck.