We’re back with round two of Enigma. This time it’s a summer sipping, poolside quaffing, brunch enhancing, theme park smuggling Rose. We’ve put it to the test and it literally goes with every imaginable activity, including some we won’t repeat here. One sip will send your nucleus accumbens into overdrive.
Like the Enigma Cabernet, we can’t tell you much about the source but that’s less important here. Needless to say it too has a stack of non-disclosures. What you need to know is this comes from Grenache grapes, it’s hella fruity, and a total crowd pleasing quaffer.
Ripe and fruit-forward, but dry and crisp – this was made deliberately (as in non-saignee) and it dishes out heaping amounts of lush watermelon and strawberry and a hint of ‘Mister Lincoln’ roses. UBER fruity, juicy, ripe and rockin with a refreshing vein of acidity to keep all that lushness in check. No tart, thin, wimpy style here. We’ll take the Pepsi challenge with other roses out there and put a smack down – for sure.
Now about that label. Every Enigma wine contains a secret code and you must use our virtual enigma machine to decipher. When you become a codebreaker you gain entry into a wine club unlike anything you know. You’ll get access to secret events, special offers, deep state secrets. It’s like the Skull and Bones, but instead of drinking blood we drink wine. And instead of establishing a New World Order we get a big order of In ‘n Out and play bocce.
It’s been hot here, and we’ve been CRUSHING copious amounts of this stuff. Kind of reminds me of that catchy Little Big Town song – Wine, Beer, Whiskey.
“I’m not saying it’s a problem
I can stop it if I wanna”
…but who would wanna??
Wait until you taste it, you’ll understand.