Saturday, April 21, 2012

Bar Oil Cabernet Franc 08'

Naked Wine Review 95
Wine: Bar Oil Cabernet Franc
Vintage: 08'
Region: Made in Darby, Montana with grapes exclusively from Mount Saint Helena Vineyards, California.....cryolite free.
Price: 17.00
Date tasted: 3/24/12
Place tasted: I was taking a much needed break at the beginning of a long journey of getting in touch with my inner ping pong ball. In the safe, grounded, and happy land that is maintained by my BFF, I took a deep breath and smiled for the gift of a moment of stillness. She opened a bottle of Bar Oil and we sipped and marveled at the beauty and complexity of this finely crafted 100% Cabernet Franc. 
Served with: Marinated sirloin and veggie kabobs on jasmine rice. 
Appearance: She presents rich and beautiful, draped in a deep lustrous ruby gown.
On the snoot: Sweet cherry with soft herbal nuances. 
Taste: Waves of intense black cherry on impact that roll back out only to return in a tsunami rush of sage, black pepper, vanilla, and cedar. She's just filled with bodacious layers of fascinating contrasts and complements. The first finish (no I'm not kidding) is powerful with tannin, long and sticky. The second finish is more of a full juicy wet kiss. Wait for it.....there it is. For full effect drink it slow, real slow.
Balance: Hot, with incredible tannins that behave in a most unusual manner you must experience for yourself. Able to possess big fruit and body while maintaining her subtly svelte and classy dry red wine demeanor.  
Comments: 'When the sap of life gets stuck in your crack, a little bar oil will smooth out the stroke. Whether you're pushing or pulling, ENJOY THE RIDE!' (from the back of the bottle).
A beautifully designed wine showing outstanding architecture. I can't stop thinking about slowly savoring her full and delicious naked body. More, must have more! 

Rating: 4 exotic tipsys

Friday, April 6, 2012

Kung Fu Girl Riesling 10'

Naked Wine Review 94
Wine: Kung Fu Girl Riesling
Producer: Charles Smith Wines
Vintage: 10'
Region: Washington>Columbia Valley>Mattawa
Price: 11.00
Date tasted: 3/15/12 
Place tasted: There I was, hiding from a rampant, Locknar possessed, freak show of weird beings.....again! Pull the curtain; don't look into its eyes. 
Safe there I was in my sanctuary of himalayan negative ions, crystal protection, voice magic, and a smudging of Nag Champa. 
Safe, I sipped the wine, and took the time, to peacefully ponder my next move in the big game. 
Served with: Moscato marinated, cedar plank barbecued Salmon
on wild rice & basmatti.
Appearance: A very light golden color, freckled with tiny bubbles that cling to the sides of the glass; quite pretty.
The snoot: is a naked walk through a Wenatchee apple orchard in late summer sunshine; subtle and lovely.
Taste: Fruit forward with flavors of pear, apricot, and apple dominating. She's a bright, intelligent wine with just enough sweetness to make her very comfortable to hang out with. Finish is juicy and uplifting with an etherial mineral spirit. 
Balance: yes.
Comments: Refreshing and easy to drink. Remember this one for hot summer day picnics, relaxing along side a cool mountain stream with your naked best friend :) Hang on everyone, summer's coming!
Rating: a 4 tipsy riesling; you can't go wrong with any Charles Smith Wines.
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