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Tasting Notes: Revelation Chardonnay 2012

TWL Revelation Chardonnay front label uprightEver had one of those socially awkward dates? You know the kind: You try every conversation starter you can think of and he gives you flat, one-word answers.

That’s what this wine was like for me.

I was really excited to find such an affordable (about six bucks) imported French wine. After all, the French invented great wine, right? Continue reading Tasting Notes: Revelation Chardonnay 2012

Tasting Notes: 2011 Presidio Estate Viognier

2011 Presidio Viognier

The Presidio Viognier has a nice golden color due to aging in natural French oak barrels for 10 months. The outer ring has a very nice clear yellow color to it.

The ‘Nose’ [which is a tasting term that describes the kinds of smells a wine has] include green apple and plum skins, Juniper berry, honeysuckle, bananas flambé, and toffee. Continue reading Tasting Notes: 2011 Presidio Estate Viognier