Stay Rad Wine Blog TV Episode 103: Stay Rad Turns Two!

In this episode, Jeff celebrates the second anniversary of Stay Rad Wine Blog with a blind wine tasting.  Let’s see how he did?

Wine Tasted:

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You’re always trying to cheat, aren’t you? Scroll down if you want to see the wine.

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Brazin 2008 Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi

Stay Rad,

Jeff

Have you ever had this wine?  What did you think of it?  Leave a comment, and let us know.

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6 Responses to “Stay Rad Wine Blog TV Episode 103: Stay Rad Turns Two!”

  1. Lynn Says:

    Jeff,

    I thought for sure when you said “fruit bomb” that you were going to say it was a zinfandel… I’m afraid to ask what Kara’s reaction was after you finished your video…

    Blind tasting was a lot easier 15 – 20 years ago, when the market was more dominated by CA wine varietals. A chardonnay tasted like a piece of toast. A cabernet had a classic oak aroma to it. Zinfandels were fruit forward. Merlots tasted like flat, watered down red blends. We didn’t have wines from Chile, Argentina, & other newer regions. Anyone who passes a sommelier test now has it a lot harder than back then! Kudos to them.

    • jeffisrad Says:

      Thanks, Lynn.
      As I watched the video back, while finishing my glass, I can’t believe I didn’t call it a Zin.
      My notes were dead on, but I over-thought it.

  2. Lynn Says:

    Hey, I give you credit for posting the video even though you were wrong. It lets people know you are human and they can identify with that. Stay a wine snob-free zone!

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