Casillero del Diablo vs Gracioso Hugo. Both are white wines but they are different. Do we want to enjoy the taste and not only drink because the bottle is open?
Summer time is not always traveling. It is also a period when we have more than one opportunity to enjoy some nice drink. We have actually been honored to taste two totally different wine types which of course has given us this opportunity to present them.
Both are white wines but they are different. Casillero del Diablo from Chile was not so easy to drink. The experience was little bit negative. It did not create a feeling of ”Oh yeah give me more” but it rather gave a neutral feeling of ”I can drink it now when the bottle is open”.
Gracioso Hugo from Germany on the other side was experienced as a tasty and inviting wine. Combining it with ice cubes created a fresh feeling of a perfect summer drink. Its taste that is similar to Mosquito drink makes it even better. Just imagine a party where you enjoy a drink and wish that it never will end. That is what Hugo offered when we enjoyed it.
Let us compare a little bit. Casillero del Diablo has some similarities to Martini Asti that we mentioned in this magazine article and that is not so very exciting experience. Gracioso Hugo on the other side is more attractive and can be in the same club as Martini Rosso and Sangria which are two totally different but tasty types.
That is, if we want to enjoy the taste and not only drink because the bottle is open, then Gracioso Hugo easily wins this time.