Tag Archive | Wine tasting descriptors

A Couple of Chilean Carménères

This week we are feeling the Fall weather – and loving it!  Autumn is around the corner. You know what that means, right? It’s everyone’s favorite season…HARVEST season!  In celebration we toasted with some affordable and tasty Carménère wines from Chile. Cheers! Winemaker’s Notes:  This Carménère features a deep purple red colour, intense red berry aromas […]

Wine Temp Tips

Whether it’s Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, the temperature of your wine could make a significant difference in its taste. Wine connoisseurs and sommeliers have said that some red wines should actually be chilled for about 15 minutes before being served.  There are those who frown upon a warm white wine, or who laugh at […]

Wine Wednesday

This Wine Wednesday we are having our second of the Barefoot Wine Refresh line. We went with the “perfectly pink”…and that is just the perfect name for it. A great summer wine with some bubbly deliciousness … “What happens when Grenache and Moscato go toe-to-toe? A lively blend of mandarin orange and peach notes complemented […]