Gets the nod for its upfront, juicy flavors of cherries, blackberries, raspberries, plums, chocolate, you name the fruit, it’s in there. Yet it somehow maintains dryness and crispness. Yummy stuff.
This deliciously gulpable PG shows why the varietal is so popular in America. Beautifully dry and crisp, full flavored in lemon, lime peach and pepper notes, and clean through the finish, and you can’t beat that everyday price.
This is the kind of modest little wine you can serve in the backyard at your next block party. It will satisfy most Chard drinkers with its pretty array of tropical fruit flavors and smoky overlay of oak. Finishes dry and spicy.
Weird name, simple wine, but not a bad one. It’s awfully hard to get distinction in Pinot Noir at this price. The wine is dry, and there are some berry flavors wrapped in silky tannins.