Coming off two weeks and three bottles of disappointing wine, I am feeling defeated. So, this week's selection is a wine I have tried and drank before (and liked). I feel it is more than fair to review wines I have already tasted as long as they have yet to appear on this blog. Plus, isn't the label nice? (And, there isn't even an animal on it!!) Hopefully I still like it, because I am really looking forward to drinking (and enjoying) a whole bottle of wine. Well, okay, I might share it with the husband. Actually, after losing my wedding rings today, I may have the bottle to myself - seriously, why do random things always happen to me?
Copper Moon: Moonlight Harvest (Canada, ???)
Note to self: Take pictures of the bottles before they emptied. It looks better, and makes me look like less of a lush. Also, why do the wines from Canada seem to lack dates? I'm guessing that means they are 2010 wines? Or what?
A word from the wine:
"Harvested under the light on the moon, this unique wine delivers the unexpected- a cool fresh taste that captures the mystery of the night itself"
A tall, dark, and handsome stranger!
Now this is what I'm talking about. It isn't the same richness as Black Swan, but it similar in quality to the Little Penguin - it has that nice zippy aftertaste and that feeling of warmth spreading through your body as you swallow. I also like that I felt tipsy after only one glass (and that was with supper!) - so I know it is an all-around-feel-good wine. Bonus: It was 10.99!! Seriously cheap and yummy.