|Region:||USA » Oregon » Columbia Valley|
Red Table Wine
If you're expecting a cabernet or a merlot, it's not. What it is, is a wonderful blend of grapes prevalent with spice, tannins, oak, light currant, chocolate, and a finish that leaves one remembering a fine wine. Produced in Walla Walla washington. Th...
|Region:||USA » Oregon » Southern Oregon AVA » Jackson/Josephine Counties » Rogue Valley|
Very nice dark fruit, earth and very subtle tannins. Much better than 3 years ago.
|Region:||USA » New Jersey|
Super-sweet finisher for dessert. Dark with only a hint of tart, lusciously full-flavored Ranier Red will wake you up by being it's own dessert. Put down the chocolate, no need for lemon tarts, just a tiny glass here to satisfy your sugary cravings.
|Winery:||Folie à Deux Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Opaque bright ruby, aromas of red fruits and spice, flavor notes of red plums, berry and red currant with vanilla; balanced and integrated, this is a good table wine value dominated by Zinfandel, balanced by Merlot, and structured by Cabernet Sauvignon...
|Winery:||Peconic Bay Winery|
|Region:||USA » New York » Suffolk County » Long Island » North Fork|
Great red table wine. Easy to drink, complex and delicious.
The wine itself is a wonderful example of a nice Washington red table wine, nothing fancy, but a nice easy drinking red. I am enjoying a glass as I type this, with a couple pieces of aged parmesan and asiago cheese (whoever thought of combining wine a...
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County|
|Varietal:||Mourvèdre , Syrah|
Great table wine. About $9.00. This was our default red for about a year.
|Winery:||L'Ecole No 41|
|Region:||USA » Washington » Columbia Valley|
My #1 classic red table wine from my favorite Washington producer, good for any occasion and priced accordingly. Has an overall taste and feel of a more expensive wine, holds up well with a rare porterhouse or linguine fra diavalo!
This is not a typical garnacha to me. Has a lot of oak, yet stays balanced. Black cherry, and smoke on the finish. Good wine for the price
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon Fosters Wine Estates Wines-Australia-Red Table Cabernet Sauvignon (2004)
|Region:||Australia » South Australia|
Black olive, earthy, resin, smoky vanilla, leafy cassis aromas. Very dry, round, somewhat lean style with a slight tartness. Black olive, smoky, cassis, licorice flavours with a dry, tart finish. 86
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I double decanted two wines last night. Both had significant sediment. I do not like crunchies in my sip of wine or black specs in my smile. Decanting is a critical part of my wine enjoyment experience.Your Somm friend is full of merde. Some wines are so wound up upon opening that they require lots of air in order to show what they have. Here ar... Read More
I'm of the mind that decanting is a good thing. Especially with aged wines. I've decanted young wines anywhere from an hour to up to seven hours just to see how the structure would differ. And I've done the side-by-side comparisons to justify my insanity. However, I do realize, as in with stemware, that this may be an extremely subjective topic.... Read More
White wine with fish and red wine with meat, right? Sparkling before still before sweet—but the dessert needs to be sweeter than the wine. With so many rules, it’s a wonder we manage to relax and have a good time. Who needs them? I certainly don’t, and you don’t, either. The goal is to drink something that tastes good while having a good time. I... Read More
I love a good value when it comes to sparkling wine, but there are so many occasions that warrant higher price points. In fact, purpose is the single most important part of any sparkling wine purchase. Is it a romantic affair or a graduation? Is it Thanksgiving or a retirement party? Will you be present when the bottle is opened? Generally speak... Read More
Italy is well known for many things and one of them is an inordinate number of different wine grapes. The variety (400-500) is practically dizzying. That sort of diversity is also present in Italian sparkling wine where a number of traditions persist. One of the best known is Prosecco. These wines are made with the Glera grape and fermented in s... Read More
This is not your first Thanksgiving rodeo. It's not ours, either. We've brought you a panoply of Thanksgiving table wine suggestions over the past ten years. There was the time we assured you that Thanksgiving wines wouldn't break your bank. In fact, we've discussed Thanksgiving value wines time and time again. We've been here for you during Tha... Read More
Being aware of price points for most of the other varietals I have always wondered why the Pinot Noirs are always priced way ahead of the other varietals.It is almost impossible to purchase a Pinot Noir at the same price point/quality as a Cabernet Sauvignon for under $20Now I live in a region where both Cabernet Sauvignon (Washington State) and... Read More
A nice red table wine, smooth and medium body. Other than the value you get with that price, the bottle has a glass top instead of a cork, you can keep the bottle for your own infused olive oil! Read More
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Happy Halloween, wine lover! This hallowed holiday isn't just for kids. Adults can and should enjoy their favorite Halloween candies with a little bit of wine. Wine and Halloween candy pairings may be contrived, but that doesn't make them any less fun. In fact, these pairings are quite complex. They are a fine and delicate art not suited to the ... Read More