6 reviews were found
What a lovely wine this is. Every time is a pleasant surprise. It is one of my new favorite reds. The bite is smooth and complimentary to most foods. The salt of prosciutto, olives, fondue with cornichons- all examples of how well this wine brings out the flavors of great foods.
I have found that many Roses can be too bitter. In the fear of being too PINK WINE they over compensate and leave a pointy aftertaste that does no justice to either reds or whites. This does well being its own flavor and keeping its integrity.
Lovely and what a wonderful wine for the money. Buy cases and serve it fearlessly over the holidays. I will.
semillion, sauncerre., spellcheck is not my friend.
what is more fun than trying to figure out a wine? Semellion? chardonnay? sauncerre? whether one can spell or not ( I'll go with not), one can still be intelligent, and you will love this wine. For the price it is more fun than an Acacia or Stag's Leap.
While I do appreciate the nerve of mixing grapes this one did not hit the mark. My initial reaction was that it had fermented badly but each bottle was the same so I think it was intentional. It seemed too yellow ( which is off-putting) and just not quite right. The reisling-like edge is not a good addition to either Pinot Grigio or this Chardonnay and certainly not together. I did not care for this but I will give Cline another try because I like the audacity of the attempt.