If at first you don’t succeed, try , try, again. When this comes to tasting wine you can never really lose out.
As many of you know, Sara and I are expecting little bundle of joy very shortly. Due to this, the house has been turned over a few times getting ready and things happen to go by the wayside. Sadly, Sunday Salud and the review I did a few weeks ago have suffered the consequences of such actions. So this evening I decided to try again. Such a rough life is mine…
Name: Wild Horse
Region: Central Coast, California
Alcohol by Volume: 13.9%
Food: Leftover Pasta – Turkey, Chicken, Roasted Peppers, Spinach, and Crimini Mushrooms tossed with Pesto Cream Sauce and Cheesy Tortellini
Dessert – White Chocolate, Raspberry and Banana Muffins
Color: Straw Colored, pale yellow
Nose: Crisp Apple, Honeysuckle, Hints of Minerals, Peachy, and Oaky
Mouth: Sweet, Peach, Hints of Apricot with Tart Finish, Full
Rating: 9 out of 10
I really enjoyed this wine. I have had the pinot noir and the cab from these guys and enjoyed them as well. A nice buttery Chard that works great with pasta, smoked and grilled meats as well as a 95 degree summer day in the south. Definitely recommend as a drinker, or a great gift for a dinner party. After reviewing this wine and I quite glad that I lost the original review of a different wine. Oh well. Wish us luck as we begin a new chapter in our lives.