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BROTHER LOU AND THE THURSDAY WINEBAG TABERNACLE: SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, YADDA YADDA YADDA

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Going back to Thursday, Brother Lou dropped in with a whole bunch of wines, some familiar, some brand spankin’ new:

Santa Margherita Brut Rosé NV.  Grade=Dull.  Man, is this bland or what?  Chardonnay and Glera (the new word for Prosecco) blended with a touch of Malbec for color.  Just weird.  Going for Avant Garde but missing the mark.

Goats du Roam Rosé South Africa 2010.  Grade=Very Good.  A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Gamay and Mourvedre, this is a pretty tasty rosé, showing off solid notes of wild strawberries, pomegranate and watermelon.  Finishes dry and refreshing.

Bogle Sauvignon Blanc California 2011.  Grade=Very Good.  A great value in SB.  Crisp, clean with lemon, lime and grapefruit notes.

Boutari Moschofilero Mantinia 2010.  Grade=Very Good.  Kind of a Greek take on Pinot Gris, this terrific, light-bodied white wine shows off melon, white flower and white grapefruit notes.  Finishing with a hint of ginger zest and lime.

Goats du Roam White South Africa 2010.  Grade=Very Good.  Viognier, Roussanne and Grenache Blanc combine to give you a delicious, fruit-driven white with splaces of pear and lychee fruit, a hint of tropical fruits and slight blanched nuts.

Marius Blanc VDP 2011.  Grade=Very Good.  Interesting blend of Terret Blanc and Vermentino, this light-to-medium-bodied white possesses expressive peach and ginger notes, solid acidity and rather viscous, petrol stone fruit on the finish.

Marius Rouge VDP 2010.  Grade=Very Good.  A blend of Syrah and Grenache.  Medium-bodied, with zesty red fruits, sassafrass and black pepper.

Goats du Roam Rouge South Africa 2010.  Grade=Very Good.  Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvedre, Carignan and Grenache.  Loads of red and black berry fruits, zesty spices, black pepper, and smoky herbs.

Batasiolo Moscato Spumante Rose NV.  Grade=Outstanding.  Gorgeous, floral notes abound within this array of apricot, blood orange and honeysuckle notes.

Batasiolo Moscato d’Asti Bosc dla Rei DOCG NV.  Grade=Outstanding.  Orange blossom, apricot skin, white peaches and ginger candy emerge from this light-bodied, semi-dry sparkler.  Low-alcohol turns this into a guzzler.

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