A Matter of Taste…It’s Amazing!

 Wildhorse Canyon Farms Wines  (Photo by Jaz Primo, Sept. 2014)

Wildhorse Canyon Farms Wines  (Photo by Jaz Primo, Sept. 2014)

I’m hardly a wine aficionado. In fact, I’m not even a regular, or overly experienced, alcohol consumer. Beer has always tasted terrible to me, but I enjoy select mixed drinks and a sweet or fruity-tasting wine. As such, I couldn’t tell you what the best vintages are, much less what a proper bouquet should reflect; though I’ve always believed that the flowers should be arranged in an eye-catching manner before being presented to the intended recipient. *pausing*

What's that? Wine bouquet? Does that have something to do with how visually stunning the bottles are arranged in a case? *shrugging* I dunno…

At any rate, when it comes to wines, I know what I do like and I recognize greatness when something tastes really good.

I recently attended a community festival where I browsed the various vendor tents and stands. I came upon a friendly young couple who were selling wines and fruit spreads, which I refer to as exotic jams. Their local winery is Wildhorse Canyon Farms, located in rustic Luther, Oklahoma near the historic Oklahoma Route 66 roadway. They’re a relatively new winery but take my word for it when I say that this winery has already hit the mark with their flavors and quality. They are very friendly, welcoming people who are happy to introduce you to their impressive product line.

I sampled a few of their varieties and selected a bottle of both the Riesling and Blackberry wines. They taste so flavorful and vibrant, and they are the ideal sweetness for my taste. These are definitely entertainment-quality wines that you’ll want to share with guests as much as popping open a bottle to appreciate yourself at home. In particular, the blackberry is undoubtedly the best wine that I have tasted in that flavor. Trust me, I’ve sampled many varieties of blackberry wine, and this is the bona fide REAL DEAL. If you enjoy blackberry wine, you will absolutely love theirs! I’ve tried their blackberry fruit spread and it’s equally tasty and has easily attained ‘personal favorite’ status in my book. They also offer blackberry syrup, which I hope to sample very soon.

 Please give them a try. You can find them at http://wildhorsecanyonfarms.com/ or email them at wildhorsecanyonfarms@yahoo.com for additional information. You can find them on Facebook at this link. Check them out…they’re WELL worth your time! You can already consider me to be a dedicated repeat customer. If you stop by my place to visit, I’ll happily open a bottle and pour you a glass of their wine…

 Wildhorse Canyon Farms Wines  (Photo by Jaz Primo, Sept. 2014)

Wildhorse Canyon Farms Wines  (Photo by Jaz Primo, Sept. 2014)