TimMc wrote:I wrote notes but I am reluctant to share them here for fear it won't match up with the collective experiences on this BBS.
TimMc wrote: I will share this much, the most expensive Zin finished dead last in the tasting which surprised me. I picked it as last, as well. So I guess you score one for me, eh?
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Renwood last, I am not surprised! This winery(?) has been going downhill for quite a while.
Bob Ross wrote:Tim, with respect, let me quote a really useful tasting note:
[Insert name and vintage of wine here] [initially had] a very tight nose but a mouth full of fruit. Later, I went back to that same glass and you would think I had described an entirely different wine. The nose had opened up some, but was still hard to get. However, the fruit had evolved into a distinctly black cherry note and soft finish.
I've written much worse TNs.
Bob Ross wrote:Absolutely.
And you've already given us quite a bit of info about the tasting.
I would love to read a typed version of your notes for the whole thing.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Hi Tim, hope to see some TNs in the future. I do not worry what others think when I post, its all in my mind/in my scribbles.
Notes from Bob R very precise and easy to read.
My notes have questions, humour and bs!!
Tom Hill, I now like his style but it took time to get used to it......oak/vanilla/cherry/more oak/ tannin/chalk/plum and so on.
Cheers Bob P
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