The Geyser Peak Uncensored Red Blend is a smooth-drinking red with notes of ripened berries. It’s more fruity than dry, and would pair well with spicy food or a gourmet burger. This would be a great bottle of wine to enjoy next to a fire* and gab with mom friends about life, potty training, and work drama. Or, if you’re a guy, you could enjoy it while not talking and watching March Madness.
*Maybe I just want to be next to a fire since it is UNSEASONABLY FREEZING COLD RIGHT NOW. A note to Mother Nature:
Hey there, Mother Nature, it’s March. I think it’s time to cut off the frost. We live on the coast and it’s time for us to put away our jackets and wear short sleeves – preferably by Saturday so Thomas can wear his sweet Peter Pan collar short sleeve outfit to the Easter Egg Hunt. Thanks in advance for taking my comments into consideration.
Right. Now that I’ve written a paragraph on weather, let’s get back to the wine. I decided I wanted to try doing wine reviews and read the wine tasting sections of a wine iPad book and Kevin Zraly’s Complete Wine Course to prepare for it, but got a little overwhelmed with the steps and terminology, and I don’t think y’all really want to read my opinions on acidic levels or how I felt 30 seconds after tasting it, do you? I like wine reviews to be pretty short and simple, so that’s how I’ll attempt to craft mine. Plus, I don’t know all of the lingo like Will does! (shout out in the comments if you’d like him to start doing wine reviews!)
ALSO: We are visiting Geyser Peak on our trip to Sonoma! Holla! We are going to Wine Country in less than 10 weeks! (and possibly our friend Chris, stuffed in a suitcase, Oceans 11-style if she follows through on the plan devised at the Sertoma Ball this past Friday night.)
What’s your favorite type of wine (Cab, Chardonnay… etc.)? Comment and I’ll pick a favorite wine (which really means my expert wine Salesman of the Year husband will pick one for me to try and share with you!) You can even give me a price range.