Weekend Wine Reviews #23

Jean-Marc Brocard, Domaine Saint Claire, Saint-Bri, Sauvignon, 2007, $14.99.  I know you’re shocked, we actually spent more than ten dollars on a bottle of wine.  Well, it was in honor of birthdays and mother’s day and probably some other day too. But you know what we learned, we maybe like cheap wine better.  We say:  citrus up front, grassy, light body, kind of watery, finishes very light.  Buy again: no.   And really, from a monetary standpoint, finding out that maybe you prefer cheap wines is not such a bad thing!

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  1. says

    As a non wine snob, I believe you like what you like and price or someones else’s opinion or rating are absolutely irrelavent.

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  3. says

    Taste is what’s important. I think there are good expensive wines and crappy expensive wines. And the same goes for cheap wine. I’m sorry this was a dud!

  4. says

    You like what you like. I think the price of wines is just a reflection of what the winery thinks they can get for their wines.
    Mimi