pretty much delivers on what's advertised: smooth and velvety. Nothing complex here, straight forward and fruity. More than acceptable for a value wine.
The label is what first attracted me to this wine -- silly, I know. And the low price made me a little skeptical. But I was very pleasantly surprised by this wine. It goes well with many of the foods I cook. It is now my 'go-to' wine when I am not sure what to buy, and I have never been disappointed.
Have had a few bottles with weekday dinners, constantly trolling for decent $10 reds. Drinkable for everyday table wine.
External Reviews for Rex Goliath Pinot Noir Central Coast
Surprisingly tasty for the price. Well-balanced, with mixed berry fruit, preserves, tea and spice flavors that provide the wine with character and grace.
Weird name, simple wine, but not a bad one. It's awfully hard to get distinction in Pinot Noir at this price. The wine is dry, and there are some berry flavors wrapped in silky tannins.
Surprisingly tasty for the price class. Well-balanced, with mixed berry fruit, preserves, tea and spice, giving the wine character.
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