Christy Gillman's Reviews
11 reviews were found
This is my new favorite wine. It's perfect for spring in New England. It's warm and light. A deep taste but an airy body. I bought a half case thinking it would last....it's not gonna! Enjoy and have fun with this wine.
This wine sounded better on paper then it tasted in the glass. It seemed very watered down with a bit of a bite. Not fun to drink, really like having some warm grape juice. Based on the reviews and descriptions I thought I'd really enjoy it but I was just disappointed.
Smooth & Supple
This is a great wine at a great price! I love the full body flavor while still being light on the pallet - easy to drink. You could have this with pizza or with the finest steak in the land!
Earthy & Spicy
This was a nice red. Could have been a bit more smooth but not sure that's what they were going for. It was easy to drink and enjoyable but not sure I'd get it again - didn't stand out and there is so much wine to try!
I bought this wine on the recommendation of Wine.com and the reviews......... totally not impressed. It had a harsh pallet where I was really expecting something smoother. It's fine - nothing to write home about.
Smooth & Supple
This was a lovely, soft and smooth Shiraz. Very enjoyable to drink.
This was OK. It tasted young - a bit rough around the edges. The Cupcake red wines seem to be a bit more well rounded.
This was a nice wine, nothing to right home about. Easy to drink but nothing to stand out. With so many Cabs to try I'll just try something new next time and not get this again.
OK - I like the Chateau St. Jean wines in general. Especially their Chardonnay. This Pinot had a similar body to the Chard so you have an almost buttery flavor but it's a try Pinot so you really get to enjoy the best of both worlds.
We very much enjoyed the complexities of this wine. I would say its for a more "sophisticated" pallet but not really - you just have to like wine and like to try something different. We tested it against a French Sauvignon Blanc and a South African one... most of the tasters liked the French one but really it was the most "accessible".