An idiosyncratic journal of wines I buy from a mix of Internet sources and retailers in the Northern Virginia/D.C. area. Mostly inexpensive and moderately-priced stuff, reflecting my frugal New England roots. Cent anni!
Monday, August 22, 2005
2003 Bodegas Ochoa Garnacha Rosé (Navarra, Spain)
A flat, over-the-hill wine. Glints of orange at throughout the remaining pink hues. Flat strawberry jam aromas. Fleshy, but flabby and flat (alliteration!) in the mouth. 66. Read more detailed tasting notes, if you want, in the Obituaries.