Kim Broers's Reviews
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Smooth but lighter and less spicy than I like my Zins
A solid cab, almost worth its $20 price.
Best sparkler I've had under $20. Costs $12, tops, and drinks like a $25 bubbly. Excellent. We picked up a half dozen for New Year's Eve.
I expected more, due to the rating. For the price, the J. Lohr is far superior. didn't have that Cab vibe.
I figured it for a Portugese version of a meritage, and was surprised at the level of funk. Like an Italian, but without the yumminess coming through the funk.
Yes, it's inexpensive. No, I still wouldn't buy it again. I had it last week and can't remember a thing about it besides a feeling of disappointment.
The Buehler Zin '07 is not a massive Zin; it's respectable and flavorful, but I probably won't buy it again as I favor the Seghesio style, massive fruit . . . the Buehler is more subtle, so perhaps it's just my palate, but I'd rather have a Ridge or another big boy Zin.
my first bottle of this disappointed, but the second was decent. it's no seghesio or ridge, but pleasant.
i like a fruit-forward wine, and this certainly is, but it tastes like grape juice. i mean, sure it's made from grapes and all, but if i want grape juice i like welch's just fine.