It is some time since I have noticed a really, senseless wine critique, but here’s one.
“… it had a brilliant bouquet liquid rock, lead pencil shavings, smoke and black and blue fruits that flow to a full-bodied, concentrated and structured feel on the palate. This beauty is still a baby and has plenty of upside, yet I still loved it.” Jeb Dunnock, The Wine Advocate
That makes no sense at all, and there’s a prize for anyone who can tell me:-
a) What liquid rock smells like.
b) How they know.