The Reverse Wine Snob, Jon Thorsen, has independently been reviewing wines since 2011 and uses a unique rating system that factors in both taste and cost. Recently, he reviewed Matchbook Wine Company’s The Arsonist Red Blend. Check out the review here:
“28 delicious months in oak barrels make for one tasty wine, the Matchbook The Arsonist Red Blend.”
“The 2012 Matchbook The Arsonist Red Blend begins with an absolutely intoxicating aroma of plum, licorice, cinnamon, spice, blueberry and more. Lots of secondary notes come out in the glass with a little air as well. The lovefest continues when tasting this smooth, delicious wine. There is, of course, lots of rich, ripe dark fruit but also hints of chocolate, more cinnamon and licorice and even a bit of bramble. Chewy tannins lead into the dry, lingering finish …”
To read the rest of the review, head on over to the Reverse Wine Snob here.