Brian K Miller wrote:Am I just being sensitive, or is this a common fault in lower priced California Cabs?
Jenise wrote:Am I just being sensitive, or is this a common fault in lower priced California Cabs?
Brian, you'll run into badly grown fruit at all price points. I once 'invested' in a pair of Plumpjack wines to find out what all the fuss was about, and both were so savagely green peppered (and I like green peppers) that we couldn't drink them. If I 'member right, the first was a cab and I thought surely the second bottle, a different varietal not prone to that, would be otherwise but it was equally so. The second bottle was probably syrah. Anyway, $60 down the drain, and of course I've never given that winery another chance.
Robin Garr wrote:
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