For some reason the name of the wine I decanted last evening reminds me of one of a truly BAD movie I had the misfortune to watch many years ago ... Showgirls.
If you have not seen it, well, you are the more fortunate one.
If you were among the unfortunate ones, you will understand when I say, Nomi.
Yes, Nomi (played with all the vigor of a squashed grape, by Elizabeth Berkley) was a smalltown gal with the dream of being a bigtime gal in Vegas.
Now, before you head on over to Netlix to focus on true thespians honing their craft in that gem, I recommend we focus on Meiomi's Pinot Noir.
Dabbling in this wine, I found it to be both hearty and smooth at the same time. It satisfied the senses in both aroma and taste. Easy on the wallet, it is bargain priced at around $20 a bottle.
No wine expert, I do know what I enjoy and this earthy wine brought delicious hints of berry, vanilla and oak. Decanting the wine, the color was rich and with the first sip, I enjoyed the subtle and fulfilling flavor, while noting it did not overpower the food I was sampling.
Even though the name makes me think of ladies scratching and clawing their way to the top of the Vegas Strip, Meiomi Pinot Noir quickly makes me forget all that nonsense. --The Dabbler
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