So I’m sat here a little tipsy (in my defence, I did just consume half a bottle of white in less than 30 minutes) wanting to put together and publish a Wine Wednesday post at some point before midnight and before it ain’t Wednesday no more.
I blame my tipsiness on the Moroccans and their wonderful white, ’cause one of many things I did not know ahead of my trip to this colourful country, was their super tasty white!
But I’m a quick learner, especially when it comes to stuff that tastes good. Already the first evening some of my travel partners and I ‘met’ our first liquid Moroccan and from there on out it was all about the white; for lunch, for dinner and then some. I managed to bring two of my favourites home, of one which I’ll be phrasing on this less than sober evening…
I’m talking about the one with the yellow label – yum! The other one I’ll tell your about next month.
This ‘Vin Blanc du Maroc’ from Domaine de Sahari Reserve (French is not my strong suit, but I figured it means Moroccan white form this and that) is, in one (very American) word: AWESOME! Its mix of wonderful aroma, little acidy and lots of taste makes it so, SO easy to drink (perhaps a little too easy?). Even the boyfriend practically gulped it down here earlier and he’s barely touched a white the last few weeks saying he generally finds them boring. Well, mam, there’s nothing boring about this one!
Oh, God, I think I
need want another glade, sorry, glass. Talk tomorrow – cheers!