Id like to start a new sub-topic:
"Table WIne Finds" at Tj's
why? Ive been known to pull a cork from time to time, and currently feel OK table wines are fine day to day.
please consider or alter these goals to suit your interest in Table Wines.
"Table Wine" = an OK wine, one Id drink again, little to no "Chit-Chat" value ( Oooooo: the flavors of Aged Rhinoceros tusk complement the tobacco and vanilla nicely in this wine )
very fairly priced ( < 10 bucks, < 8 better )
no more than the first 1/2 glass can have put off flavors ( Honey, is this the balsamic vinegar or the TJ's Plonk?)
ie an every day wine for every day good food. this isn't to demonstrate your Super Wine Tasting Palate, which we all here have.
its : try this TWine from TJ's or Take It Back.
if you fined a White that meets the above, please indicate : No Wood or some Wood, or an Oak
Forrest in a glass.
the first nominee will be this one:
$5.99. We in MA have a 1 $ graft and corruption fee that goes to some sort of scummy nephew of
some sort of scummy state legislator: 2 Buck Chuck it 3 Bucks Here. this is a fact.
the initial 1/2 glass ( NB I decided to make sure Im correct on this with regard to This Bottle ) is a
bit acidic, this goes away eventually.
it actually has a sl 'finish' that lingers.
it tastes of grapes, not raspberry, strawberry, or other non-wine fruit. no vanilla no tobacco.
fortunately I can't detect any rhinoceros at all.
it gets then an "OK" and no further Chat.
Im actually looking forward to finding more OK Plonk from TJ's based on your analysis.
Edited by rotuts, 10 September 2013 - 11:59 AM.