2011 Megalomaniac Homegrown Red

I quote from Wikipedia “Megalomania is a psychopathological disorder characterized by delusional fantasies of power, relevance, or omnipotence. ‘Megalomania is characterized by an inflated sense of self-esteem and overestimation by persons of their powers and beliefs’. Can you tell the name of this winery get up my nose? Nuff said.

Dark in color with a mild nose of red berries. On the mid pallet the wine displays some red berries a touch of tartness and some acidity. On the medium length finish there are some tannins, some dryness as well as some acidity coming through. I paired the wine with a filet mignon and the wine really did not hold up to the steak at all. I had to stop eating so I could focus on the wine to write this review. I would give it an 88-89. Not a bad wine, but sadly nothing outstanding either 🙁 But given the price it’s not a bad deal.

From the LCBO web site:
MEGALOMANIAC HOMEGROWN RED VQA LCBO 260364 | 750 mL bottle Price $ 13.95

Limited Time Offer
Was: $ 14.95 Now: $ 13.95 Save: $ 1.00 Until Apr 28, 2013
Made in: Ontario, Canada By: John Howard Cellars Of Distinction

Style: Medium-bodied & Fruity 13.0% Alcohol/Vol. Sugar Content: 13 g/L Sweetness Descriptor: D – Dry

Tasting Note
Bright medium ruby; aromas of cherries and berry fruit with smoky and herbaceous notes; dry and medium-bodied, with balanced acidity and moderate tannins; juicy black fruit flavours lead to a finish that is long and smooth.

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