Drink If You Like
Chardonnay, Pinot Gris / Grigio , Pinot Noir
The Full Review
The packaging is terrible and gendered looking, like a perfume bottle, which reeks of desperation and cheesy marketing, and I didn’t want to enjoy it. But I enjoyed it. There is no info anywhere of what grapes go in to make this wine, but watermelon and peach roll around your brain like they're circulating a party. There is some white pepper as well, breaking up the fruit. The palate is soft and juicy with a nice balanced sweet perception along with some great acidity to keep it all in focus. It’s just way too expensive for what it is. I imagine this is due to the packaging costs. Maybe one day they’ll just put it in a regular bottle and actually make it affordable for the wine lovers who want a nice rosé on a Tuesday.