It's interesting, drinkable... but very very one note.
I think I've most enjoyed wines that had a lot of flavors and a lot of layers. This is very easy to drink (which I appreciate, don't get me wrong) but kind of bland.
It's like, "yeah, I'm drinking wine... rahooo"
It's a hell of a lot better than Franzia, but not quite McLaren Vale.
Of course, my mom is drinking it. She really doesn't like red wine at all.
So that's saying something for it. ::nods::
I'm about to try to figure out where I can get Broken Fish Plate sauvingnon blanc.
I'm not easily led, I just enjoy new things. Wine is the newest thing of the moment. ::nods::