A Different Kind of Woodwork
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Picking up some groceries for a camping trip, and came across this.......how could I not buy it??





Now if you'll excuse me, I have some "Woodwork" to do.

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  Re: A Different Kind of Woodwork by BaileyNo5 (Picking up some groc...)
My wife bought me a bottle of that a few months ago. We loved it, and not just for the name! Enjoy!!

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I'm imagining a very oaky bouquet, with hints of apple(wood) and cherry, and a fine glossy finish.
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What kind of wood does it taste like?



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  Re: A Different Kind of Woodwork by BaileyNo5 (Picking up some groc...)
I heard it is high on fiber. Good for the digestion.
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Cheers.

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  Re: Re: A Different Kind of Woodwork by Bill_Houghton (I'm imagining a very...)
Bill_Houghton said:


I'm imagining a very oaky bouquet, with hints of apple(wood) and cherry, and a fine glossy finish.




Arlin Said: What kind of wood does it taste like?

Actually, Bill & Arlin, I believe the reason for the name is because the wine is aged in French white oak, and it does taste a bit oaky. Maybe a little spice and plum on the nose, a hint of leather, cherry on the palate. Body is smooth but a little on the thin side. Short finish. No apple, Bill, although the vintner does claim it should smell like nutmeg, which is an apple pie ingredient.

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