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The Adobe Reserva Rosé has a very faint colour (I dig it) and is organic (in case you care about that thing). TBH, this is classy bitch status wine. I felt like a Greek goddess while sipping this and answering your Qs.
This is refreshing AF wine smells like faint fruit water with a light taste of watery watermelon and strawberries. The flavours of this sweet treat linger in your mouth, and although it has a light/medium dryness it stays crisp. Easy drinking and HIGHLY sippable IMO. Hence why I drank the whole bottle.
Meg’s Rating: 8.9/10
It’s most definitely a hot tub wine. It’s also perfect for breakfast or brunch!
The Lab Rosé has a pretty blush colour and smells like red fruits. I really appreciated the consistent flavour all the way through. TBH it genuinely tastes like strawberries and white grapes. This rosé is not too sweet, and not too dry. It’s a fruity wine that fucking committed. A++ on the beautiful branding too!
Meg’s Rating: 8.5/10
Highly recommend. Would I buy again? Yes. Would I share? No, it’s just too good.
Spade & Sparrows
Spade & Sparrows is crushable, aka you can down the fucking bottle (hydrating). This wine has sweet whispers of strawberry, with a lighter taste than you think and want… but it is refreshing. It’s good but… nah – it’s too sweet for a dry. It left us wanting more, and TBH Spade & Sparrows reminds me of a dry Wild Vines with more alcohol content, and not in a good way. Essentially I think this wine is pretending to be something it’s not.
Meg’s Rating: 6.8/10
Unfortunately, I think my expectations were high for this wine and they just weren’t met at all. Sorry, Kaitlyn Bristowe.
Psst, before you go, take a peek at my summer faves for backyard hangs and boozy picnics!