He says: One of the most bizarre wine bottles I’ve ever seen, with an equally bizarre full-form name.
She says: It is not often you find a 10 year old bottle of German Riesling for under £20.
She says: “Rich” is not normally a word that comes to mind when drinking Fino sherry.
He says: What stands out most for me is how much character this Fino has.
He says: This is a solid Pinot Noir, but would it be worth the $40-50 CAD it’d be priced at in BC? Probably not.
She says: For me, this was a disappointment, especially at the £20 price tag.
He says: On the palate, this wine is bursting with flavour, intensity, and fruit, with well-balanced acidity and a better than average finish.
She says: The fact that this is quite a rich wine, means that I find it enjoyable all year round. Unlike some white wines, it is not just a summer sipper.
He says: Simple, boring, and a short finish. Damn, this sucked.
She says: A most uninspiring wine not worthy of its $27 price tag.
He says: This would be better served marketed as a Beaujolais/Pinot Noir blend to be drunk at room temperature rather than chilled.
She says: For those of you that loved cherry-flavoured cough syrup growing up, this is the wine for you. It’s definitely not for me.
He says: Lots of earth and barnyard to keep the funky drinkers happy.
She says: The aromas on this wine were almost overwhelming to start.