Boutiquely Beautiful

Posted by Michael Cooch on July 26, 2010 (1 Comment)

 Callow Hill only makes about 3,000 bottles each year and I have to say that I felt a bit lucky to have got my hot little hands on a few bottles. Worked my way through a whole load but there were a few that stood out. My pick for today...Damson (basically a type of plum). Here's the review:

Callow Hill - Red Wine - Almost impenetrable with its deep burgandy tint it has a damson-esqe, portish nose. A velvety molasses texture gives way to a rich plumminess with hints of cherry and blackberry. You can draw parallels to a Merlot and it would match nicely with roast chicken (or beef). Delicious!

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Posted by Stuart George on May 26, 2011

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