Close Man, the weather again today was fantastic! We didn’t really have anything specific on the agenda today. Cynthia calls it a “free day” where we just walk around and shoot pictures of whatever we want. With the sun being
Final thoughts on the $100 Wine Challenge Cynthia: What have I learned from this wine challenge? First of all, I had a lot of fun with this challenge, more than I expected at the beginning- not only because I got
Wine #10 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Chateau De Lavagnac Country: France Vintage: 2006 Price: $9.80 Cynthia’s Review: According to the label, this wine is 70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. We served this wine with
Wine #9 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Ashwood Grove Vintage: 2006 Price: $8.99 Cynthia’s Review: OK-Back to Australia- land of screw-top bottles! Fortunately, our Wine Sherpa warned us ahead of time that this wine would not stand up well
Wine #8 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Bogle Vinyards Vintage: 2007 Old Vine Zinfandel Price: $9.91 Cynthia’s Review: First- a confession: We actually drank the Bogle one evening, and then forgot to do a review, so we had to
Wine #7 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Sacred Stone Type: Blend Vitnage: 2007 Price: $9.49 Cynthia’s Review The label on this wine indicates that “it makes every meal magical”. In my opinion, it could only be black magic !
Wine #6 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Uma Type: Cabernet Sauvignon Country: Argentina Vitnage: 2008 Price: $9.98 Cynthia’s Review This was definitely not a shy wine. We paired this wine with a fairly strongly flavored meal of teriyaki salmon
Wine #5 in the $100 Wine Challenge Winery: Ca’ Momi Vintage: 2007 Rosso Di California Price: $7.99 Cynthia’s Review: We selected this wine as the next wine in our challenge in response to Gerald’s answer to our review of Wine