Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!

Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!
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Friday, June 01, 2012

June – Wine Tasting

May was a slow month for wine tasting, we were just so caught up in other things we hardly took the time to enjoy a good glass of wine and conversations...we intend to make up for it in June.


Covey Run 2010 Columbia Valley Gewurztraminer – We paid $6.02 per bottle, has an alcohol percentage of 12.5 and we gave it a 7.8 rating.  Produced in Columbia Valley, Washington region, we tasted a lime, lychee and spice with floral aromas.  This wine has a crispy taste with a slight sweetness to it and a very strong finish.  It is the better one of the two so far of the Gewurztraminer’s we have tasted and would purchase again.



Pacific Rim 2010 Columbia Valley Sweet Riesling – We paid $8.03 per bottle, has an alcohol percentage of 8.5 and we gave it an 8.7 rating.  Produced in Columbia Valley, Washington region, we tasted the peach, pear and pineapple flavors.  This wine was sweet, smooth, and crisp with a scrumptious green apple finish.  We bought it because of the bright design on the bottle, but loved it for the taste and we will purchase this one again.  




Maurice Carrie’ 2011 Muscat Canelli Moscato – We paid $6.49 per bottle, has an alcohol percentage of 11.2 and we gave it an 8.2 rating.  Produced in the Temecula, California region, we tasted the apricot, mango and peach aromas.  This wine has a light, sweet, clean & crisp flavoring with a smooth lingering finish.  It will be on our list of wines to taste again.



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