Friday, June 28, 2013
Thomas Family Winery Chambourcin 2011
But, the chambourcin spoke to me and I bought some. With friends over for some pool time I decided to open this up and see what they thought - both are currently in the wine business. The wine showed some bright fruit and hints of the earthiness I expect from the grape but with less intensity than some others. Overall it was inelegant but eminently drinkable and went well with some sausage I had later. The wine is a bit disjointed and funkier than I remember but a decent drink. A good summer red for a slight chill and meat from the grill.
Thomas Family Winery $15.99