14 Hands Hot To Rot Red Blend 2008
Not bad. Very erble on the nose and palate. Very light. Subtle sweetness on the finish.
Delicious blend from WA State. Full berry mouthfeel with slight hints of licorice
Very fruity, berries and soft plum. An easy drinking red. Soft body and texture. This would make a great red for the summertime.
Very fruity nice wine with dinner. I wish I knew how to describe it. Great buy.
Four and a half glasses
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Right out of the gate, this smooth and easy drinking red wine immediately peaks your interest with its enticing ruby color. Your nose is drawn to the generous aromas of ripe red berries and dark ston
Right out of the gate, this smooth and easy drinking red wine immediately peaks your interest with its enticing ruby color. Your nose is drawn to the generous aromas of ripe red berries and dark stone fruits. At first sip these fleshy flavors gallop across your tongue in perfect harmony, balanced by soft and velvety tannins, and finish with just a hint of mocha.
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