Goats Do Roam Rose Red Blend 2005
Hot nose, fruity but hot throughout. A bit thin. Spicy finish. Cheap but ok.
Very complex nose with earth, leather, chocolate, smoke, pepper, spice, and dark fruit. Huge flavors on the palate with an acidic edge and ample earthiness. The body leans toward the lighter side and the tannins are fairly easy. Very concentrated. I was surprised at how bold the aromas and flavors in this wine were. This is the third wine I have tried from the Goats do Roam Wine Company and I have enjoyed them all.
A great drinking, every day wine. A staple in our house.
External Reviews for Goats Do Roam Rose Red Blend
Goats Do Roam South Africa Goats Do Roam is a dry medium bodied South African red from the Cape and is packed with soft-red-fruit flavors and has a spicy finish. This unusual blend of seven grapes creates an easy-drinking wine that still manages to maintain some complexity. This is an excellent well-rounded wine that tastes like it cost double the price. It goes perfectly with light meat dishes, stands up to spicy food, and is approachable enough to drink alone. Like the perfect dinner party guest, Goats Do Roam is easy going, happy with any food and witty to boot.Drink now.
Goats do Roam Bored Doe 2005: in Barriques gereift (12 Monate), lagerfähig 3 - 5 Jahre ab Jahrgang,Jahrgang: 2005Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: PaarlWeingut: Fairview WinesRebsorte: 34% Sauvignon32% Merlot16% Cabernet Franc13% Malbec 5% Petit Verdot Restzucker: 2,75 g/LiterRestsäure: 5,75 g/LiterAlkoholgehalt: 14,5 % Rotwein
Fresh and open-knit, with red plum and cherry fruit backed by modest toast. A hint of tobacco on the finish. Drink now. 90,000 cases made.
Goats do Roam The Goatfather 2005: Jahrgang: 2005Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: PaarlWeingut: Fairview WinesRebsorte: Shiraz, Cabernet, Merlot, Barbera, PrimitivoRestzucker: 2,5 g/LiterRestsäure: 6 g/LiterAlkoholgehalt: 14,5 % Rotwein
Wine Tasting NotesDark ruby red. Dark fruit, with complex spiciness and pepper aromas. Full fruit laden palate with good concentration and a rich finish. Subtle oaking elevates the combination of fruit and rich spice. Will drink well now, through to 2010.
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