Truth be told, the moose aren’t blind. They just think it’s cool to share good wine with friends, minus the pomp and ceremony. So, if your herd likes fresh, tasty wines that complement a wide range of casual cuisines, introduce them to these umoosetakably good wines from 3 blind moose. No shades required.
Great flavor, nice aroma. Best wine i've had in a while.
Mediocre at best... I've never been partial to chardonnays anyhow.
Marge's kids say it is awful!!
Crisp, with a mild and slightly bland finish. For the price it isn't bad, but it seems to be lacking an interesting finish.
Two and a half glasses
this wine is very pale, light yellow. 13.5%Abv the nose was very off putting at first sniff. has a sour smell that is not very pleasant. but its not like a good funk smell of old world wines, their is some oak in the nose but it lacks the character of true oak aged wines. unfortunately the taste matches the nose.. this wine is very hollow, this wine should be served extreamly chilled!!! really im not supprised; the cork tells all, in this case the cork is plastic!!! i kid you not! were not talking about syntetic corks that still allow the wines have a subtle exchange of gasses but were talking about plastic. anyways i think this wine would be okay for sangria, cooking wine or leaving open on the counter allowing it to turn to vinager.
External Reviews for 3 Blind Moose Cellars Pinot Grigio California
Deep brick (not to be confused with Deep Purple) color; dense (not to be confused with stupid); ripe berry and plum aromas with teasing hints of coffee and spice (Eggnog Latte, anyone?); and a smooth mouthfeel of rich fruit flavors finishing with unmoosetakable finesse. What more could you ask for (other than World Peace and Global Cooling)? - Winery
Bright, vibrant red-purple color. Aromas and flavors of dark berry, plum, chocolate, clove and spice. Medium-bodied with a soft palate and round, generous, easy-drinking flavors.
The grapes were sourced primarily from vineyards in the Central Coast and Lodi growing regions, both excellent sources of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The mild summer weather and relatively light crop in these areas resulted in an excellent concentration of color, aroma and flavor. The fruit was harvested at optimal ripeness when the flavors were vibrant, the tannins were supple, and the hills were alive with the sound of moosic.
The grapes were sourced primarily from vineyards in the Central Coast and Lodi growing regions, both excellent sources of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The mild summer weather and relatively light
Pale yellow-straw color; fragrant floral, pear and stone-fruit aromas with fresh, lively flavors that are smooth, round and refreshing on the palate.
3 blind moose Pinot Grigio was produced primarily from grapes grown in the Lodi region of northern California, which has emerged as an outstanding source of high-quality Pinot Grigio. The fruit was n
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