We’ve been car shopping this last month, Scott and I. Our cars were both the same make and model — Ford Focus 2-door hatchback. Mine was from 2007, and Scott’s was from 2001. The 12-year-old Focus just wasn’t driving that great anymore; it was grumbly and growly and needed some work done again, so we decided to go ahead and trade it in for something new. Scott thought we should get something new for me, and he’d take over the 2007 Focus, since I drive a lot more than he. . . Read More!
So the two varieties of red I’m trying are Pinot Noir and red blends. I covered red blends a couple of days ago, so here are the Pinot Noirs I’ve tried out. As always, your recommendations are welcome! Ecco Domani: Got this one at the Target grocery store. It was decent, but uneventful. Not the best, not the worst, just somewhere in the drinkable-but-not-exceptional middle ground. $9. A by Acacia: I got this at the Costco, so it was a bit better price than at other stores (Costco seems to. . . Read More!
As previously mentioned, I’m starting to experiment with red wines. The two styles I’m trying the most are Pinot Noir, and plain old red blends. It appears that for the most part, red blends are more mild, lower in tannins, more “juicy” and “fruity”, and generally easier to drink on their own. As advised by some folks, I’ve acquired actual wine glasses (SVALKA glasses, from IKEA, which were 6 for $4.79) and a Vacu Vin wine saver set (this one came with 4 stoppers, all for ten bucks), which has. . . Read More!