OK, guess this is what I’m drinking when I retire. Wine that with tax comes in under $20. Wine that at least one reviewer liked (and so they put his name on the neck). Gets you drunk.
I couldn’t relate. On any level. Not with the juicy brashness of it, the overloaded notes of concord grape and cloying lollipop cherry, the ridiculously sweet notes, meringue with frosting sweet, the pasty finish.
Price: $14 at private wine stores and I suppose good value at that.
Market Liquidity: Like teenage popularity, it doesn’t hold.