Is freakshow a dry red wine?

Answered by Antonio Sutton

Freakshow is indeed a dry red wine. I recently had the opportunity to try it and I must say, it was really great. The first thing that stood out to me was its fruity notes. It had a wonderful combination of dark fruits like blackberries and cherries, which added a nice sweetness to the wine. However, despite the fruity flavors, it still maintained a dry profile.

The dryness of the wine was quite impressive. It wasn’t overly sweet or syrupy, but rather had a nice balance between the fruitiness and the dryness. This made it very enjoyable to drink, especially for those who prefer wines on the drier side.

The overall taste of Freakshow was exceptional. It had a depth of flavors that kept me coming back for more. The fruitiness was complemented by subtle hints of spice and oak, adding complexity to the wine. It had a smooth and velvety texture, with just the right amount of tannins to give it structure.

Now, while the wine itself was fantastic, I must admit that I had a bit of a frustrating experience with the delivery of my order. The wine took an incredibly long time to arrive, which was quite disappointing. I had been eagerly anticipating its arrival, and the delay was a bit frustrating. However, once it finally arrived and I was able to taste the wine, all the frustration melted away.

I would highly recommend Freakshow as a dry red wine. Its fruity and dry characteristics make it a truly enjoyable and well-balanced wine. Just be prepared for the possibility of a delayed delivery if you choose to order it. Despite the late arrival, the wine itself was definitely worth the wait.