He says: This is an intense wine, showing depth and balance beyond any Viognier I’ve ever had. Definitely a 5-star wine, and something that any curious wine lover needs to experience.
She says: This is one of the those wines that I will be talking about for years to come.
He says: Thoroughly enjoyable, and a wine I will definitely buy again.
She says: Elegant & complex but with some lovely, fine tannins to give it structure and a little ‘oomph’.
He says: This is the first wine to get over 4 stars on Winecouver, yet it’s nowhere near the most expensive one we’ve tasted. Here’s why: when I first drank this wine I talked about its flavours for several days.
She says: I now know what to pour my husband if he has had a bad day!
She says: At nearly $40 a bottle, not even its papal history can justify this price tag for me.
He says: There’s nothing particularly horrible about this wine, yet there’s nothing particularly great about it either.
He says: This is probably one of my favorite Rosés ever, and at $24 it’s a steal.
She says: All my favourite things in one sexy, slender bottle… A great introduction to Rhône Rosé and its distinctive style.
She says: Interestingly the winemaking notes referenced malolactic fermentation. Does this mean the savory notes and lack of freshness make sense? Not for me.
He says: Way too much money for an average wine that you could find a cheaper comparable for.