|Bay Bridge Cabernet Sauvignon - Guest review from my sister!|
I thought it would be fun for her to do a guest post, giving me a break and letting you the readers hear a different point of view. So without further adieu...and there was a whole lot, sorry Chelly for taking so long to transcribe this...here is Chelsey!
|Bay Bridge Cab-Sauv Review|
Tasting Notes by Chelsey Vriezen
My 1st initial thoughts, after I let it breathe of course, was that it smelled fruity. Alas I put on my wine connoisseur hat and took in the oaky-vanilla notes, finally deciphering the 'fruity' notes as a combination of red berries.
The subtle undertones of the tannins arrive first to your taste buds. The tannins are light and delightfully tickle the back of your tongue. They leave your mouth feeling like it was just seduced in a sweet summers affair and dazzled with an oak diamond on the eve of autumn.
This wine is smooth and sultry with an almost crisp, fresh finish. I feel like its so crisp but also richly flavored and very full bodied.
This wine is great for a warm summer evening on the patio or even a cozy movie night by the fire.
Those Californians really know how to pick a grape!