Frey Natural Red Organic Wine – California
The color was bright, clear red/garnet and it swear I smelled cherries.
I found the flavor to be well balanced, mellow and light bodied with a slight taste of cherries, chocolate and could that be licorice? I don’t even like licorice but I swear I tasted it a bit and I didn’t mind. 🙂 This wine also had a slightly dry and long lasting finish.
Overall I found it to be a really nice, pleasant wine that would go with just about any meal particularly a vegetarian one.
We had this wine on New Year’s Eve with a few wonderful recipes that I found. We started off the evening with a Hot Spinach Red Pepper Dip from Allrecipes.com. The main course was a nice polenta dish called Polenta and Vegetable Bake from Eatingwell.com and later we followed it up with a desert that allowed me use some of the pumpkin flesh that I got by sacrificing my Thanksgiving pumpkin. It was a tasty Pumpkin Parfait from Cooks.com though if I were to make it again I would make it a little sweeter (not much but a little bit).
Buzz factor: I would give it a 4. It didn’t have that much of a kick but it was nice and mellow.
Likability factor: I gave it an 8. It’s a nice wine that didn’t give my other half a headache and it tasted really nice. We will probably get this wine from time to time.
So that’s it for today. Stay tuned for Wednesday’s post on something I am sure will be really informative and change your life so don’t miss it…okay, I don’t know if it will REALLY change your life but it might, who knows? See you then.
Posted on January 9, 2011, in California, Food, Organic/Biodynamic Wines, Recipes, Red Grape Varieties, Table wine and tagged biodynamic wine, bouquet, California, cherries, Frey wine, mellow, organic compunds, organic wine; 100% organic; biodynamics; Rudolf Steiner; Austrian philosopher; red wine; white wine;, polenta, pumpkin, recipe, red table wine, red wine, vegetarian. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.