Another entry in the Locations Wine line from Davie Phinney, the F5 French wine showed some good initial signs, but ended with notes of anise. Want to know what I think of anise? Read on.
A crisp, refreshing rose’ is always welcome in the summer, especially in North Carolina. See what I thought of this budget-friendly French Rose’.
So what did I think of this budget French blend? Only one way to find out (hint: read the full post)
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.
A French Blend made here in the US? David Phinney’s F4 Red Wine release from Location Wines is wallet-friendly enough, but is it friendly to your palate?