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: I found the wine to be pretty tame compared to most examples of Cabernet Franc that we drink, and lacking in varietal character.
She says: An interesting wine but far from mind blowing.
He says: I can’t really say I’d ever buy this for the price as I find it to be a very bad value proposition.
She says: It was not as balanced as the other wines…
He says: Could really take it or leave it.
She says: A straightforward bubbly that those with a sweet wine affection would no doubt enjoy.
He says: When people say a wine needs food, they usually mean that a wine is unbalanced and needs some disguising…
She says: The first time I had this wine I really enjoyed it but in this blind tasting it did stand out as overly-oaked.
He says: Hard to explain, and even harder to drink.
She says: It is rare for me to dislike a wine so completely.
He says: Not my favorite, and there are better values out there.
She says: The Montes was a more typical warm climate chardonnay with its strong tropical fruit notes and a wack of oak to chew on.