I liked its color and balance and thought at $20 it was a good value. Kathy called it a "nice, light" Pinot Noir. On the other hand, Randy didn't care for the nose at all and Ken called it "drinkable, but way too expensive."
Chris Nelson told us about this incredible spot and that Roswell has the largest collection of city parks along the river. Three and a half million visitors come to the nature center each year, including over 40,000 students from 400 different schools.
You're expected to eat the crispy skin which is loaded with nutrients. It's grilled to order with oil and salt and topped with a small salad of watercress, blanched asparagus, house pickled red onions and summer radish tossed in a lemon garlic dressing.
A fun appetizer on the menu is the Green Deviled Eggs and Ham, a green deviled egg with a ham croquette. When it came time to order our main course, I couldn’t resist the Pan Seared Shrimp & Grits. Delicious!