The wine snob point of view: A nice wine to sip which is about the nicest thing I can think of to say about this blend.
What’s going on in the BC Okanagan and blends? Is there an honest to god effort to make approachable simple wines that have virtually no identity and no sense of place but have the gall to pronounce themselves inspired by Bordeaux?
Ever walk into an outlet store, like a Banana Republic outlet store, and there’s just a sea of monochrome khaki on some table? All good, no problem with the pants, just that there’s heaps and heaps of them and yet not one of them seems like something you’d want to wear? That’s sort of this wine. It’s a really pleasant blend. Forgettable on the tongue, but pleasant.
The wine thrift point of view: This wine is sensationally good value. Sensationally good value. And particularly as a BC wine. Start with a pre-tax price of under $20. Source it at a Save-On that offers 10% on a mixed six pack. Pay $1.70 less before tax. That is just so stupendously wonderful in the BC wine market. Kudos to Jentsch. Two thumbs up to Save-On.
Price: $20. Give or take.
Market Liquidity: Sometimes you just have to dismiss your inner sommelier and enjoy the simple things in life.