As a wine lover, It's hard to believe that two weeks have passed since I last took a sip of the good stuff. The truth is I've had really bad stomach issues lately, and alcohol isn't exactly known to be the best cure-all for digestive ailments. I figured that a splash of dessert wine couldn't hurt though.
Rosewood Estates Winery Harvest Gold 2013 Dry Mead is a light honey wine the goes down smooth and kind of makes it okay that the summer is coming to an unceremonious end. I found that I had to drink it well-chilled, otherwise it tasted a bit off. But once you pop it into the fridge for awhile it's quite nice, if you like a mix of floral and honey notes that aren't too heavy or syrupy. Here's a bit more info about this harves mead:
Tasting notes: Honey, Floral
Pair with: Guiness Stew or Pot Pie
Cost: $ 15.20 CDN
Perks: This dry mead is sure to provoke a lot of buzz (bad pun, sorry) at the dinner table. Your guests will no doubt be curious as to what mead is.
Cons: It tastes kind of gag-worthy if you don't refrigerate it well enough.
Overall Glossless Rating (based on totally unscientific and arbitrary values): 6.5/10