Play Wines Blanco semidulce. “Too much marketing for nothing, it is pure nonsense…”

Written the May 7, 2013 by jlbecerra | Category: White wine, General, Score: 1, Featured Post

<Name:  Play Wines Blanco semidulce 2010

Price:  10,10 € + Portes en Vinissimus

Wine origin:  Vino de la Tierra de Castilla

Winery:  La vid y la espiga, S.C. (Vinos Divertidos)

Score: 1

I can’t work out where, in this wine, is the character and personal style of its consumers, as defined in its back label. It says this wine is for people who are amusing, like me; casual, like me; natural leaders, like me; true to their own ideas, like me. But I just can’t see myself reflected in it! It’s not that I don’t like it; I think it is absolutely bad! Sparkling? Barely, but the overripe banana and mashed bad New Year’s Eve grapes are pretty noticeable. I still have nightmares and I don’t think I will get over it soon.

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1 Comments in this post

  1. zak-garcia:

    ya pasó lo mismo con Cojón de Gato…que creo que es de la misma gente

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