With no oak to mask the intense tropical fruit overtones, this wine is blended with 100% of the best white varietals ...Read more...
This is a great wine for socializing. It is on the sweeter side but still maintains great red wine flavor. I really enjoy it. Read more
Just had it tonight. Great for cooking burgers in as well by the way. Smooooth! Read more
I prefer the Riverboat Red more. Read more
Food Pairings for Les Bourgeois Solay
This is a great wine for socializing. It is on the sweeter side but still maintains great red wine flavor. I really enjoy it.
Just had it tonight. Great for cooking burgers in as well by the way. Smooooth!
I prefer the Riverboat Red more.
One of our favorite red wines.
This stuff is foul. It looks pretty enough in the bottle, and that is the only place it has any business being. It tastes sort of like cranberry vitamin water or watered down nyquil, but with a spectacularly chemical sweet cut to it and a mouthfeel that's like watery syrup. The finish is my favorite part, as it reminds me what a bad idea that was. Though I prefer drier wines, this is not wine. It is a fermented grape beverage packaged and sold to people who drink wine because it contains alcohol and it seems classier when it's in a bottle. I had a friend bring (and leave) a bottle when I had some people over for dinner. There was about half a bottle left (with students present), and after some thought it was turned into sangria. When half a liter of soda water, fruit, lemon juice, and sugar can't make a wine drinkable that is impressive. Managing to sell it year after year is almost laudable. Almost.
The wine is pretty, fruity, and tastes watered down, at least when it comes to the "bite." It tastes like it has very little alcohol in it though that's obviously not the case. A decent introductory wine, for people who like fruity (mixed) drinks and dislike the acidic bite of drier wines. Purchased at the Les Bourgeois winery.
A decent red for social occasions. It's sweet with a fairly pleasant aftertaste. You'll get sufficient bang for your buck.
With no oak to mask the intense tropical fruit overtones, this wine is blended with 100% of the best white varietals grown in Missouri. It is a perfect complement to salads, pastas and lightly sweetened sauces.
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