There are a few folks who have been reading my reviews —Chris, Jon, and Mary to name a few— since I started in 2001. You can even check some of those old reviews on our online Wine review database. One thing you’ll notice, is that my enthusiasm for great wine ranges from the biggest burliest Napa Cab to the most ethereal Burgundy. I am a wine style agnostic. All I want is damn good wine for a damn good price.
The reason I bring this up, is because this is an extreme wine. If you like elegance and subtlety, if you favor delicate underpinnings and complex overtones…. this isn’t for you. This is a demon bus of chocolate terror that is coming to burn down the farmers market and steal your labradoodle puppy.
I guess I could have just said “you won’t like this,” but that was so much more fun to write.
Who will love this, then? If you’ve tasted a $200 bottle of Napa Valley red and said to yourself DAMN I LOVE THAT, I LOVE IT MORE THAN MY CHILDREN, I WISH I COULD AFFORD THAT. Then the answer is you, you will love this bottle.
This came into the PA Wine & Spirits at a crazy good price. It’s usually priced at $40+ dollars, and even then it’s a wine I strongly recommend. At $25, it’s a steal. Don’t pretend to have this with food. Sit in your favorite chair with a glass and pretend you are the queen/king of the universe.
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