Compliance?

A shocking grade of pink red and packaged in flint for the extra point. Not much to smell, a little greasy turbulence and Silly Putty, but I’m not letting it bother me. If I know this wine and I know this producer, these delicate little nubile darlings are all lusciousness straight on the lips with daring aplomb and blushing bravery. Take the kiss. STEAL IT. Don’t ask permission. Why live with regret.

Bubblegum Nehi Jolly Rancher purple cow goodness frosts your cake while a little budding fire jostles your intellect. “Bitter” tattooed in a place her parents won’t notice but you find it and exploit it against all that sweet charm. Calm graphite, basil and chamomile dangle from the rear-view mirror along a high-school tassle with a date on it you refuse to believe.

Joyous and energetic, shielding all her sex appeal under a fluffy blanket of platonic bubbliness, this wine is the SJP in LA Story personified and will make you smile so fucking hard. I recommend not turning the lights off. You wanna SEE this wine.

2018 DEUX PUNX ‘No Comply’ Red Wine California 11.7

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One thought on “Compliance?

  1. Stephen, Thank you for this entertaining review! I’m not sure if I’m turned on from the memories of a high school girl you just described or the wine, but either way I’m intrigued. With regards to the silly putty descriptor (please keep in mind I’m trying to educate myself on the finer nuances), is that aroma technically considered a fault and is related to a bacteria fault aroma similar to nail polish remover?

    Thank you for doing what you do, Kyle Massey Lee’s Summit, Mo

    On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 9:35 PM Stephen McConnell wrote:

    > Stephen McConnell posted: “A shocking grade of pink red and packaged in > flint for the extra point. Not much to smell, a little greasy turbulence > and Silly Putty, but I’m not letting it bother me. If I know this wine and > I know this producer, these delicate little nubile darlings ar” >

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