Uhm, like what is this stuff?
I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine sample tasting notes via twitter (limited to 140 characters). They are meant to be fun and quickly-and-easily-digestible reviews. Below is a wrap-up of the twitter reviews from the past week (click here for the skinny on how to read them), along with links to help you find them so you can try them for yourself. Cheers!
- NV J.J. Vincent Cremant (Cremant de Bourgogne): Unleashing refined apple bubbly goodness to your palate with vinous kung fu precision. $19 B >>find this wine>>
- 09 Bastianich “Adriatico” Friulano (Colli Orientali): White peaches, almonds & “scout’s honor” true to the NE Italian grape’s soul. $19 B >>find this wine>>
- 08 Quinto de Roriz “Prazo de Roriz” (Douro): Drying, dusty and wonderful as the Douro itself. Pass the grilled sausages, please. $17 B >>find this wine>>
- 08 Kanonkop Kadette (Stellenbosch): Mr. Pinotage showed up, carrying buckets of black fruit & blacktop, & wearing big leather boots. $15 B >>find this wine>>
- 09 Indaba Chenin Blanc (Western Cape): Wow. This thing is putting on a tropical fruit clinic. Crowd pleasing (& cheap!) intro to CB. $10 B >>find this wine>>
- 08 Vale do Bomfim Tinto (Douro): Think hearty, brambly red fruit meets LBV pepper spice. And you ccan also think “screaming bargain.” $12 B >>find this wine>>
- 09 Loredona Riesling (Monterey): Those honeydew melons & limes are suffering from a bit of a shy streak in the aroma department. $12 B- >>find this wine>>
- NV Trapiche Extra Brut (Mendoza): Melon bread? Yeah, melon bread. Don’t worry, it totally works (especially with seafood cerviche). $14 B- >>find this wine>>
- 08 Cobblestone Arroyo Seco Chardonnay (Monterey): Hints of lime zest keep this big tropical island from being invaded by flabbynauts. $28 B >>find this wine>>
- 07 Terlato “Galaxy” (Napa Valley): Crowd-pleasing serving of fun, juicy red fruits with a healthy-proportioned side of smoked meat. $70 B+ >>find this wine>>
2 thoughts on “Weekly Twitter Wine Mini Reviews Round-Up For June 11, 2011”
This is a great and easy list to take a quick peak at all the pertinent info people are really interested in without having to filter through a bunch of other stuff. Great post Joe!
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