Posts Tagged Bubbly

Andre: Strawberry Fresa – A Great Wine To Drink To!

Short And Quick Review: Ahh…this was a refreshing drink after a wine-break.
Brand: Andre
Type: Strawberry Fresa
Cost: $9-$10
Rating: 4/5
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Mmmmmm...soo good.

Mmmmmm…soo good.

Review: I admit, I haven’t been writing reviews up until now. It is hard, I mean when you honestly want to enjoy a nice wine, the last thing I wanted to do was write a review. But someone’s gotta do it! This wine was actually very surprising with its sweet and tarty taste and very aromatic scent. It can be best described as a carbonated strawberry jolly rancher with a kick to it. This wine is recommended for beginners because of the sweetness and the smoothness as it goes down.

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Ahhh, Moscato Will Never Let You Down: FlipFlop Moscato

Short And Quick Review: Pretty much any moscato will make you happy, nuff said. (Especially this one!)

Brand: FlipFlop

Type: Moscato

Cost: $9-11

Rating: 4.5/5

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FlipFlop Moscato

Oh Sweet Jesus This Is Great!

Review: This Moscato is FANTASTIC! (As with pretty much each one I’ve had.) I had this wine yesterday, and I couldn’t recommend it more. Sweet is this wine’s middle and last name…like no joke. This is the sweetest Moscato I have ever had. It has a slight carbonation to it and it isn’t bitter. Great starting wine, and a good one to kick back and relax with.  As you can see from the picture, I started enjoying it before I even had a decent picture taken.

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D’Asti Is Bubbly, Nuff Said

Short And Quick Review: Bubbly, sweet, but very bubbly!

Brand: Martini & Rossi

Type: D’Asti Moscato

Cost: $11-$14

Rating:3.5/5

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Pretty darn good wine overall, very very bubbly.

Pretty darn good wine overall, very very bubbly.

T.T Still being in the Wine 101 class, this took me a while to get off. I'm not the brightest light on the Christmas Tree just F.Y.I.

T.T Still being in the Wine 101 class, this took me a while to get off. I’m not the brightest light on the Christmas Tree just F.Y.I.

Review: I probably would have enjoyed this wine more if I could have gotten to it sooner. Seeing as how I just started drinking wine, I have never seen a cork mechanism like the one pictured above so I had to Google how to open the darn thing. (I’m Not Bright But I Eventually Got It =/ HaHa) The wine was actually really carbonated and was bubbly the entire time I was enjoying it. The taste was sweet and bitter but it was still good. I wouldn’t recommend it to beginner wine drinkers because it just doesn’t hit the spot right away like the other wines I have tried. You could probably get better for cheaper.

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The One That Started It All: Barefoot Riesling

Short And Quick Review: Good starting wine, good taste, would buy again.

Brand: Barefoot

Type: Reisling

Cost: $9-$11

Rating: 4/5

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The one that started it all!

The one that started it all!

Review:

I have to admit, that in general I was very hesitant to try wine of any kind. But it still wasn’t going to stop me from trying!

A friend from work recommended this wine to me, and she said that it is a good one to start out with. I couldn’t agree more! The wine itself has a very nice taste to it, and I plan on buying more in the future. With this White Wine, it is pretty darn sweet which I enjoy a lot and it has a slight carbonation to it. This wine in particular has a slight bitter aftertaste, but didn’t take away from the taste of the wine. I gave it a 4/5 because I am looking for my personal favorite wine, which I have not discovered yet.

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