Soles4Souls . For every bottle purchased a pair of flip flops will be donated to a person in need. How great is that?
Described as a medium-bodied with bright cherry, sweet spice and a supple, velvety finish, Full of hints of cola aroma and hints of vanilla.Between dry & medium dry.
Loved this wine! I'm a red wine gal so I was very eager to try one out. It was definitely dry but not too much. Subtle spice flavoring that I just could not put my finger on and a smooth lingering finish. I served this with chicken cacciatore and I actually used a cup of it in the recipe! Out of the 3 wines I received this was my favorite.
Describe as light-bodied, refreshing with tropical citrus, ripe pear, and a zesty clean finish .Between medium dry and medium sweet.
This description is just perfect for this wine. You can definitely taste the pear and this has a little kick on the way down. Just the right amount of sweetness with crisp finish.
Described as a medium bodied, complex with peach, apricot and melon which leads to a satisfying smooth finish.
I'm not a fan of sweet wines so this wine was the one I was least eager to try but I can honestly say I really liked this wine.Sweet- definitely- but not so much that you couldn't enjoy the melody of flavors . Smooth finish with just the smallest aftertaste.
All in all I enjoyed these wines They are serious enough to be respected, but in-expensive enough to never be pretentious.
In case you don't want to take my word for it, Wine Enthusiast Magazine just awarded 4 flipflop wines a "Best Buy" in the June issue, the FlipFlop Moscato received a "Double Gold" at The San Francisco International Wine Competition & finally, "Real Simple" just selected flipflop Pinot Grigio as one of 10 summer whites and roses.
How's that for accolades!
Disclaimer: I received products to review, but was not compensated in any other way. My opinions are my own and have in no way been influenced.