Black Tower White Wine Reviews
Product Type: Black Tower Wine
Description:Brand: Black Tower / Brand: Black Tower / Type: Wine
Newest Review: ... The bottle were reasonably priced at £5.19 for a 75cl bottle which is a price I like to pay for a bottle of wine. I think ... more
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Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
by - written on 07/11/12 (Very useful, 108 readings)
==Black Tower White Wine== I have been drinking wine for the past couple of years having never touched the stuff before and sticking to my spirits but now that my taste buds have matured it seems I like to have bottle of wine here and there. My wine of choice is usually a nice rose and we will often have a bottle shared over dinner. However after cooking a lovely Sunday dinner for my family the other week and inviting mum around she bought a bottle of this Black Tower with her to share. I think it is a drink that she used to drink in her youth so she was keen to have another taste of it and rekindle some of the fond memories it was sure to bring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
It may not be a particularly classy white wine, costing only about £4.20 for a 750 ml bottle - which equates to about 70p for a small glass of wine (125mls) - but classy or not, I actually really enjoy drinking Black Tower. It's one of those wines which are easy to drink and are appropriate to drink with even the lightest of meals. The look of the bottle is very distinctive and is unlike any other bottle of wine on the market. It is a narrow bottle, which is black and slightly dimpled. It has attractive cream, gold and red labeling which stands out in stark contrast to the black bottle. Its easy to identify in any off-license or supermarket. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
This was the only thing I would drink at one stage, now I've slightly gone off it, although it's still a very reasonably priced and enjoyable wine. ** Bottle ** The bottle is black, which is a little annoying as its hard to tell how much is left, there's nothing worse then going to pore yourself a glass only to find there's not even a dribble left. As the bottle is quite heavy is also hard to tell if it's full or not. It has two stickers/labels on the bottle, one on the front (with the logo) and one on the back with the ingredients. ** Taste ** I personally think I became too familiar with the wine, I now find it slightly off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10, updated on 06/12/13 (Very useful, 140 readings)
When it comes to wine I have to admit I'm really not a consiour of the stuff. I like what I like and with me being a lightweight with wine it's something I don't drink of huge basis. However with me staying with my mate at the moment, she does like an occasional glass of wine and a couple of nights ago this popped into our glasses along with a pasta meal when she treated us to a couple of bottle of the stuff informing me it was one of her favourites. I have of course had this in the past as it's been on the shelves for years. Before my mother met my soon to be step-father she always had this, blue nun or a Liebfraumilch but my step-father soon got her out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09, updated on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I love wine. Of the rose variety. In my younger years I was very much a New Zealand white fan. However I have reluctantly found that with age, comes hangover. My post alcoholic encounters with marching bands, conversations with god and helicopter beds have increased dramatically with the years, effectively putting paid to my all night encounters with monsieur v blanc. Thus ensued my switch to the loving arms of the brothers gallo, a gentle rose wine that returned me, once again to my pre hangover days. A whole bottle I could manage along with an accompanying meal. Two weeks ago I had endured an extremely hot and sweaty saturday morning with two ... Read the complete review
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