K: Not effervescent. It is more simple than the Sister Creek Muscat Cannelli. Different flavor notes. Its thicker and more syrupy. I can imagine it on a pancake.
C: I think the Frito’s we just ate to counteract that Spanish wine may be screwing with our taste buds. It doesn’t taste nearly as floral as the Sister Creek Muscat.
K: I get the sweetness but not the floral. It’s a lot like the Merlot, it hits the bases but doesn’t do more or less.
C: It is nice and sweet but i still dont taste that intense honeysuckle that we got from the Sister Creek Vineyards (another Texas hill country winery).
K: Honestly, if you need something sweet to go with a spicy dish, this is your guy. It’s just kind of a one-note.
C: If we hadn’t had that Sister Creek Muscat, we would probably think its great. I can definitely say it’s good. But I don’t know if it’s great. We’ve had better of this varietal from other Texas hill country vineyards.
B: If i was peeing in my great grandma’s bathroom and drinking a glass of wine, that is how this would taste.*
* To clarify: He means that his grandma’s bathroom smells like potpurri.
Wine obtained at Spec’s Liquors for $8.39.