HereÕs a good training wheels Cabernet. It has real varietal character, with blackcurrant aromas and flavors, although theyÕre not concentrated or dense. But this dry, light wine affords plenty of value.
Begins with light aromas of citrus blossom and honey, and the flavors are light and citrusy. ItÕs pretty sweet, with noticeable residual sugar, but thereÕs enough crispness to balance.
This big bottle of Pinot Grigio has strong aromas of peach and is pretty full in flavor though not in finish. Not a lot of acidity here, but the wine is fine for the price and volume. No problem next to a plate of spicy paella.
A coppery colored, off-dry-to-frankly-sweet wine that’s simple, fruity and a little cloying. The dominant flavors are peaches and strawberries, with a very spicy finish, but the acidity seems a bit low. Still, at this price, millions of people will find a lot to like.