Great value red wine. Light oak, slight tannins. Smooth. Great with cheese.
Sour, heady, and thin Worth every penny
Inexpensive, and drinks well with plenty of fruit to taste. Excellent with BBQ faves like burgers and Tri-Tip.
I like this wine. Slightly spicy and rich. You can't beat the price, either.
I'm not a fan. I think of it as cheap and it tastes only a small step above box wine. It's great if you've got to provide a lot of wine for a lot of people, but I'd rather sip on something better and drink less, than drown myself in this stuff!
For the price a great party wine!
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