Maybe I should have had a touch less wine, lol. Trying to get ready to go to the barn and there is a bit of head spinning...
A Rafenelli vineyard has one of the best red Zinfandels I've ever had. They have a limited release, but my boss gets two cases a year and always gives me a few bottles. That was my last bottle, sadly. The Prisoner is probably my other favorite wine, but it's nearly impossible to find. Posted via Mobile Device
Good morning friends! Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.
Cy, I like the sweeter wines. Can't seem to drink the real dry ones, they feel like sand paper in my mouth, yuk. I had a few glasses of a whitr merlot on the 4 th and it was pretty tasty!
Has anyone tried that Redd's Apple Ale? Posted via Mobile Device
KC I'm a fan of sweeter wines as well. AND I LOVE PORT. My brain calls for it whenever someone is serving cheesecake. I also try anything with a horse label so that's how I ran across 14 Hands - I prefer their white over red - it is a semi-dry (my next favorite type of wine) and it is easy to drink as well.
If it is available where you are, and since you like sweet, try Messina Hof's 'Beau'. It is a sweet red and you might as well get two bottles. One for yourself, and then you can use the other one to share - if you want to share.