I like their Reds and this Sauvignon was a first – crisp and clean.
Nappy Nose and indescribably poor, stale, dull, aged liquid. Straight dowwn the sink.
From the 2016 pot luck case – even Wineonline.ie’s own tasting notes say this wine should be drunk fresh
The Di Camillo family would be appalled to know that this vintage is currently representing their Winery in Ireland.
More stock dumping by wineonline.ie in their recent pot luck sale.
A 7 year old Signature Sauvignon Blanc, signed by some Munster Legends. I wonder if they knew what they were signing.
Like Munster Rugby, this wine has past it’s best. Hopefully Johan Erasmus’ recent appointment will restore Munster’s reputation, sadly it won’t help this stale liquid that tastes as if it was made from grapes grown on the Fields of Athenry.
Memories of Sussey Street from the Eighties when Vouvray was last fashionable. Flabby with a hint of liquorice, quite sweet.
Another so so from the wineonline.ie pot luck sale.
I guess we should be drinking this fresher rather than 5 years later.
The nice thing about Pot Luck is you get to try wines that you wouldn’t really risk E20 or more on and there have been some nice finds, the downside is that you can come across some dross too.
SA Bulk wine bottled in France. Bland, brutally boring Merlot.
Another wineonline pot luck dip.
Not too lucky though, an average wine. Nice colour, obvious sedement, lots of berries.
Characterless unfortunately. I wondered how a red wine would progress in a Stel Cap bottle. It doesn’t. I could have guessed that.
Very nice blend from the Maipo Valley. Soft, earthy with a large mouthfeel. Slight touch of sediment. Complimented the M&S Mustard and Leek Chicken Pie Meal Deal we had with Amy & Amber who were visiting overnight.
From a bin end case from wineonline.ie