This is a big meh for me. The name is cool and hipster, but the wine definitely is not. It was drinkable but forgettable. There are much better house reds in this price range.
(Grenache/Shiraz blend) Green, earthy aroma. Vanilla finish.
Smooth..Great tasting table wine!
I found upon cilling slightly and letting it breath for 20 minutes this wine opened up and went from fhin and frtzy to round with soft fannins and a delightful spicy beginning. This worked well with pizza and spaghetti wifh msat sauce. Be careful it has a good alcohol kick.
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Ass Kisser Red
VITICULTURE: These grapes were selected from premium vineyards in South Australia. Only whenoptimum maturity and flavour profiles had been achieved, was this fruit harvested.WINEMAKING: This carefully selected fruit was gently crushed into a series of small open fermenters,where daily rack and returns took place, with careful monitoring of the wines evolvement. Gentle basketpressing took place between 7 to10 days after crushing.STORAGE/MATURATION: Up to 30 months of maturation in a mixture of new and used French and Americanhogsheads, stored in temperature controlled cellars resulted in this flavoursome well made wine.FOOD MATCHES: BBQ Pork Bellies, Chicken Cacciatore and oven-baked pasta
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