Twisted Oak Cockamamie + Blends
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@i8dacat Lab Rat Reports the 2015 Graciano and finds The combination of medium tannins and acidity round out the wine making it easy to drink. Decent table wine at a good price.
@steverwrx a fan fan of bigger reds, Lab Rat Reports on the 2014 Twisted Oak Ol’ Chumbucket Big Jammy nose with some earthy undertones, but not as big as the nose would suggest to me.
@ecue twists your arm for (twîst-ed ohk tor-ee-gah nah-see-un-nawl) 2015 in this Lab Rat Report If you are a Cabinet drinker and are unfamiliar with this varietal, you should probably get this offering
@rmm989 slays the 2014 Bearded Dragon in this Lab Rat Report I’d say this is a solid every day wine, though in summer I prefer things that are more fruit forward.
@ddeuddeg whiffs the Cockamamie, and in this Lab Rat Report finds a bouquet of muted dark fruits, cherry, cassis. Buy a case, you won’t be disappointed!
@bahwm in, this Lab Rat Report, sips the Cockamamie and discovers an explosion of sweet cherries with my first taste, and maybe even a bit of those blueberries. It was very pleasant and not jammy—a lighter style drinking wine.