Two more of our October wines of the month, suitable for drinking on their own, at dinner, or in a haunted swamp.
Do you ever get the vacant stare that the Creature from the Black Lagoon has when deciding on a wine (see photo below)? It’s understandable. However, we taste every wine we carry, and if it’s not up to our standards — and we have very high standards — we won’t carry it. So you can get rid of that vacant, lagoon-like stare when choosing one of our wines, because they’re all fantastic.
Look below the photo to see what Mr. Creature thinks of these two wines; both are part of our October Wines of the Month. (He’s surprisingly eloquent when describing wines.)
“Rowr snarl grunt snarl snarl roar.”
“Jean Biecher Dry Riesling, Alsace, France
You might not know that you need a dry Riesling in your life, but you do. If you are a spicy food fan, this is an absolute must-have. Kick it up a notch and head into Flavortown, with stops in the Savory Suburbs.
“Grunt gruntedy-grunt-grunt snarl roar snarl snarl.”
“Domaine Clo ‘Le Méchant’ Rouge, Anjou, Loire Valley, France
Le Méchant Rouge, a.k.a., The Red Villain, is a delicate but distinct Cab Franc. Earthy, fruity, and a bit peppery, this is sure to satisfy.
Friends & Family: $23.99 (reg $28.99)”