apothecary /əˈpäTHəˌkerē/ – late Middle English, noun: a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs
Hello, lovelies! In this video, I review 4 red wines from Apothic Wines. The only one I’ve tried before is Apothic Red, which I really like. But while I was on Amazon, I saw that Apothic makes 4 red wines: Apothic Red, Apothic Dark, Apothic Crush, and Apothic Inferno.
I was wondering what “apothic” meant, so I looked it up. The word seems to be made up and is strictly a brand name. The closest word I found was apothecary, which still seems to fit with alcohol consumption.
Here are a few of my tasting notes. If you need a little help, Wine Folly is an excellent resource for beginners. Just click on the “Blog” tab for more information and how-tos.
I hope you all enjoyed my review. Have you tried any of Apothic wines? I know that Apothic makes a white wine (Apothic White), but after looking I see that they also have a sparkling wine (Apothic Sparkling) and a rosé (Apothic Rose)! Looks like I’ll have to do another review.
Ta Ta For Now (TTFN),