Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Another Menetou-living room.

Domaine Pelle, Menetou-Salon, 2006. 

I drank this wine at Le Train Bleu, in the Gare de Lyon train station an hour or outside Paris. It was delicious. 

Cherry cola, black cherries, bing cherries, like a regular cherry festival. It was pretty light, but not as light as the one from the previous blog post. Super friendly and easy drinking like Cru Beaujolais, but without the candied cherry aspect. 

You can get this at Vin de Pays in Long Beach for $17.99. Highly recommended!!!

3 comments:

Mac and Son said...

The casual reader might assume from your musings that Menetou-Salon is invariably red, but only about 40% is red - or pink - from Pinot Noir, the lion's share white from Sauvignon. Guinness, on the other hand, is predominantly black.

Amy said...

One would stupid to make any assumptions from anything I write. I am a blonde afterall.

Amy said...

I would also argue that Guiness is a deep mahogany not black.