Yum! Okay, let me elaborate. As you may have noticed, I’ve been reviewing quite a few white wines (for me) this summer.
I didn’t realize when I purchased the 2011 Plungerhead Zin a few weeks ago that it was made by The Other Guys, whose mission, it seems, is to make good wines at everyman prices.
As an aside, the winemakers seem to be taking a wait-and-see attitude since the ultimate proof of the harm – or not – of the ongoing drought will be in the quality of the wines.
Early adopters claim metaphysical powers of the egg, while others say that their customers like looking at them because they’re cool.
My Pentax DSLR’s meeting the concrete a little too up close and personal last year was, let’s just say, not good for its picture-taking health.
This is “as is” with no corrections, and once again, I apologize for any typos and any gibberish.
Fun from the Wine Bloggers Conference! Let’s see how this works!
Ordinarily, Pinot Gris is made into a white wine. A Pinot Gris Rosé is a different beast altogether.
However, there are a couple of white varietals that give me fits because I find that I’m always comparing them to their French counterparts.
I know this is hard to believe, but I reviewed another white wine under screwcap. No, I haven’t lost my mind. Arguable, arguable. I got it.
It was comfortable enough in the shade, but the shade was rapidly retreating. Fortunately, it’s a dry heat. Not unlike a blowtorch.
I would love to be able to enjoy the 98+ point wines, but no wine shops have layaway.