An organic red blend; I’m seeing this trend lately, but does that equate to good wine?
An oaked Chardonnay that both my wife and I would welcome back? That’s a rare find, and certainly one worth checking out. See my full review for why.
An easy drinking Cabernet Sauvignon? That’s good. An easy drinking Cabernet Sauvignon with bright flavors and soft tannins that you won’t regret picking up? That’s really good.
Fruit bomb or good value? How does the 2017 Domaine Bousquet Malbec match up to the commoditized wines it’s likely on the shelf next to?
A budget-friendly white that’s not your usual Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio? Check out my thoughts on the 2017 Trivento White Orchid, a blend of Torrontes and Pinot Grigio. I said it wasn’t the usual!