Goats Do Roam White 2011 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
The first vintage using exclusively Rhône varieties for Goats do Roam white, blending viognier, grenache and...
Good value in this complex blend of several white grapes (see above). Look for generous, tropical orange-pineapple...
This is a blend of three whites grapes, all of which originate in the Rhone Valley. It is an aromatic white with...
Critic Reviews (3)
Community Reviews (3)
The 2011 Goats Do Roam White is a light to medium bodied wine with notes of citrus, green apple and green pear. It is bit sweet and has a medium finish. My impression: NICE, 87 pts – good value, though not the best. Tasted Jan/12.
If you would like to see wines I recommend and that are still available at the LCBO, please visit this link (listed in my profile):
Visit my website www.grapeselections.com
I tasted this wine with the creator and owner, Charles Back. It’s crafted with the same grape varieties as wine from his favorite French region “Cote de Rhone”. Its like a first date with a small town girl. It smells pretty good, its not complicated or bright, and it would blend nicely with a picnic. Keep a few of these in the fridge to help you get to second base.
Visit my website www.getyourwineon.ca/
Medium straw colour with medium+ intensity.
Positives: Lemon, peach pit, pear, pineapple & apricots. Medium minus body with high acidity & a fairly long length.
Negatives: A little too tart.
Drink now with lemon-pepper catfish.
Tasted: 19 June 12
Score: 8.5/10, Value: 8.5+/10, Total: 17+/20
Out of 5 stars, I rated this wine: 3.5
Visit my website www.twilightwines.com