We have a winner in our budget Cabernet competition. The Columbia Crest was the best of this bunch but only narrowly beating out Mondavi. The
Historic Robert Mondavi Winery, long noted for its vision of premium Napa wines, also makes the cheap stuff. And its very good for the price.
This week we have the third place finisher in the head-to-head assessment of supermarket Cabernet—the Rex Goliath from Constellation Brands. It finished just barely ahead
It’s time for a battle of the budget Cabs: a head to head assessment of Columbia Crest, Rex Goliath, Mondavi, and Barefoot. In a blind
I was underwhelmed when I tasted the 2012. I’m still underwhelmed. On the nose the green, vegetal notes are too prominent, a distraction from the
McManis wines are widely admired for their relative quality at a moderate price. But you do get what you pay for. Ripe blackberry and prominent