|Roq the coq!|
Apparently, the bitch is off helping James Patterson crank out yet another book, so you'll have to bear with me.
Rex Goliath Pinot Noir. Rex Goliath Cabernet. Rex Goliath Just-About-Anything.
In previous posts, I've alluded to the fact that I love wine with pictures of farm animals on the labels. This is the wine that got me started on that.
Rex Goliath wine is named after a 47-pound rooster. Take a moment to think about that. A freaking 47-pound rooster. My five year-old niece weighs about that! So as far as I'm concerned, that's reason enough to try this wine. Honor the rooster.
My husband first met Rex at a liquor store attached to a gas station and bait shop on a long and winding road in the back hills of northern NJ. It was $7.99. So, you know, expectations were high.
This stuff is so freaking good! It's a "big" wine, but it's not overpowering. It pairs with anything. It's good on its own. The Rex Chardonnay is an easy drink, too. Their website has some recipes that I'm probably too lazy to try, but I will tell you that the Pinot Noir is just lovely with a Lean Cuisine lasagne. (I wouldn't recommend eating the Lean Cuisine lasagne without this wine, actually.)
Rex is The King. (King of our wine fridge, anyway.) So...a little less conversation, a little more drinking.