Archives: September, 2005

linuxdave — September 24, 2005, 4:08 pm

Little Penguin Merlot 2004

Matching the Yellow Tail Merlot with the catchy blue label, cheap price, and quality taste, this cheap wine is a tried and true favorite of mine. Deep red and fruity, it has a wonderful aroma and a very well-defined bouquet. I have no complaints at all. And although neither the label nor the Little Penguin […]

linuxdave — September 20, 2005, 8:28 pm

Foxhorn White Zinfandel

$3.00. That is the value my local market placed upon this beautiful bottle of wine. Let it be known that this is the cheapest wine reviewed to date. Yeah, I know: I need to review Two-buck Chuck. In time. I can’t be drinking the swill every night. Not bad. Artificial cork, beautiful bottle as I […]

linuxdave — September 19, 2005, 8:17 pm

Aussie Wine Cabernet Shiraz 2002 in a can

This cheap wine makes me laugh on many levels, for many reasons: 1. I laugh because a SINGLE can of it has been in my refrigerator for 2 years. 2. I laugh because it comes in a can. Now, I’m all about alternative enclosures, but this just made me laugh. 3. I laugh because their […]

linuxdave — , 2:13 pm

Glen Ellen Cabernet Sauvignon 2003

Glen Ellen Reserve 2003 Cab was the cheap wine of the night last night. Just destroying my pocketbook at a whopping $4.99, this wine provided a nice pairing with the pizza I had delivered. After I popped the artificial cork, the cherry and tannins were very noticeable. Not very dry, but rich in flavor. I […]

linuxdave — September 18, 2005, 2:44 pm

Wine Blogging Wednesday – Let’s do it!

Each month, an online wine tasting event is held called Wine Blogging Wednesday, and this month, I am getting in on the action. The date for WBW #14 is October 5. Jens over at Cincinnati Wine Garage will be hosting it, and will compile a summary of all submitted reviews. You can read about the […]