Posts tagged with dry
… will show you (yet again) that sherry is not just a drink for your grannie.
… has a fair dose of bitterness and a lot of middle-body. A little like a jaded divorcee who’s let himself go to seed.
… is a plump, florid, indulgent kind of wine — a hint of that chardonnay roundness and chubbiness, overlaid with a sprinkling of spice and pepper
… is a welcome contrast to some Sauvignon Blancs, that are a bit like ketamine-laced teenagers, spoiling for whatever it is ketamine-laced teenagers spoil for
… is a sharp, acidic gob-flasher who reads Zola novels and plays the bassoon
… conspicuously lacks the dance, the verve, the pizzazz — in both its label and, alas, its taste
… is perfect for a reception or a party or a sly few mouthfuls before dinner with interesting company. Or even with boring company.
… will awaked your tastebuds with a zap like a shot from Commander Keen’s raygun
… is a breathtakingly, audaciously barefaced, joyously ebullient, in-your-face cliche of a sauvignon blanc
… will give you a subtly blossomed English caress — but perhaps leave you dreaming of ecstatic frenzy and phallic symbolism