I’m envisioning some posh board room. A huge triangular mahogany table dominates the room, surrounded by high back chairs. On the wall hangs the massive gold seal of the QT3-groupthink. At the head of the table sits Jason, gavel in hand. He bangs the gavel and calls the meeting the order. He declares the first order of business is to ensure that nobody told Nick about the meeting. shift6 consults the minutes of the last meeting and reminds everyone of the resolution to never tell Nick anything. By general acclaim the motion is re-affirmed. Jason reminds everyone Nick is a big poopyhead and everyone has a good laugh.
No, I sent it for a good reason. In one of the recent threads you mentioned liking sweet wine but not finding many good ones below some extravagent price point. This is a good one that runs fairly inexpensive. Although I admit I would not have paired it with Mexican food, glad you liked it.
It is pretty good and less bubbly than a muscat; it’s somewhere in the neighborhood of a Gewurtztraminer with all the German taken out. ;) Whenever I stop by my favorite wine bar (where they make this) no matter what else I try during the night, I always finish with a glass of this one.
I don’t remember the price tag per bottle though, maybe $20-25?
My ol’ reliable standbys are Chateau St. Michelle, a local WA Riesling at $8, and a $20 375ml Sauternes the grocery store always has that I can’t remember the name of. Lately I’ve been developing a thing for semi-sweet bubbly.