Sweet Red Roo has a screw top.
I was concerned about the lack of cork but Xavier said it was ok because, “Now I can get to my liquor quicker.”
He’s funny like that.
We used to drink [yellow tail] Moscato all the time. This was back in the day before I became interested in exploring the wide world of wine. Some time ago I wrote a review about their Cabernet Sauvignon and, to be honest, I wasn’t that wild about it and hadn’t bought anything else from [yellow tail] since.
But then one day I was in the mood for something red and sweet, something like the Sweet Katherine from Elk Run Vineyards here in Maryland but maybe a little less expensive, and while perusing the liquor store noticed the Sweet Red Roo from [yellow tail].
I decided it was time to give [yellow tail] another chance. As a matter of fact, I got the Shiraz too.
As it turns out forgiveness does indeed benefit the forgiver because I liked this wine quite a lot.
Maybe they put more Miracle Gro on the grapes.
The label on the bottle puts it at one hop past the dividing line between dry and sweet. I believe the name for that is semi-sweet and it pretty much hits the nail right on the head.
Pleasantly sweet, but not overpowering, the vanilla and chocolate overtones make it smooth and prevent the tanginess from getting out of hand.
I give it the Murphy dog seal of approval!