A unique blend of Italian grapes, the Locations Wine I4 brings something new to the table. So, should you check it out?
Some wine from the Iberian Peninsula, the P4 Portuguese Red Wine from Locations is another in their line of affordable, approachable wines made in the US from grapes picked at the source. Check out my full review.
We may be right on the edge of rose’ season, but that’s no reason not to open a bottle. The Locations Wine F5 Rose’, made from 100% Grenache is worth a look. Check out my full review.
So what do you do when you you can’t open up a nice bottle of champagne for an event? You drink whisky and open the bottle later when you’re happier. That’s what I did with the Bruno Paillard Champagne Rose’ Premiere Cuvee.
If you’re looking for that delicate, refined Pinot Noir, than look elsewhere. If, however, you’re looking for something that calls to mind the early days of sizzling meat over an open flame, this is the wine for you.
What happens when Sideways meets The Wolf of Wall Street? Corkscrew, by Peter Stafford-Bow. So what did I think of it?