Black Star was a good place and we grabbed this one because our sample in the tasting room screamed QPR.
I get some distinct cola notes on this nose which wins me over immediately.
Some earthy and funky notes with some cherry and raspberry – it's a soft wine and it could use some more backbone but I believe they're striving for an easy quaffable pizza wine and this more than succeeds.
The finish fades but the sour cherry notes linger with some earthiness.
When one thinks of a non-vintage table wine most people automatically assume it's going to be crap – rest assured this one is certainly solid and well worth the $11 pricetag.