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Friday, May 4, 2012

Wine Testing - Angeline Merlot Reserve 2010

"I don't 'hate' anybody.  There are simply some people who I like less than others."

I wish a plethora of pleasing events to you.  These events?  Let us call them seconds, okay?  I'll tell you what, I bequeath 86,400 of them to you.  Hey!  Don't get greedy, alright.  That seems like an ample amount for just one day doesn't it?

Tiffany and I consider ourselves so fortunate for so many things.  Among our thanks go one for whoever discovered wine.  Another thanks for whoever thought about bottling it.  Another for Eat More Produce for selling it at such wonderful prices!

Chucky's Point Score:  93
Tiffany's Point Score:  92

Angeline Merlot Reserve 2010

Appellation:  Sonoma, California
Grape Varietal(s):  100% Merlot
Price:  $13.99 (2 for $26) at Eat More Produce
Vintage:  2010
Alcohol:  13.9%

Tasting notes as follows.

Chucky's Tasting Sheet

Chucky's Notes:  "This wine has nice windows clinging to the glass.  The aromas announce a big bold red forthcoming and the tastes on the palate scream 'Wow!'  Exquisite taste with lingering notes of the red wine spectrum.  Delicious!  This could be used as the 'special occasion' stuff.  I've always loved the complete Angeline line of wines but the Reserve truly stands out.  Bravo!"

Tiffany's Tasting Sheet

Tiffany's Notes:  "Wow!  Yet another fine pick from Eat More Produce.  Love the explosion of red & dark fruits on the bouquet followed by the same delivery on the palate.  Beautiful clingy windows left on the glass.  The wine has the perfect dryness without being too dry and goes down so smooth!  Very nice balance all around!"

A truly delicious nectar.  Tiffany and I were in deep dark red vino Heaven upon sipping the magical elixir within the glass walls of this bottle.  Each delicious sip was like a wonderful genie granting all three wishes at a single swallow.  Yes, my friend.  It was that delicious.

If you love the big bold deep dark reds, this one is for you.  I share this information in hopes that you might treat yourself and wander out and find a bottle.  Cheers!

Hi-dee hi-dee the-wines-sometimes-seem-to-get-better-and-better-ho my friend.

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