Truth be told, the moose aren’t blind. They just think it’s cool to share good wine with friends, minus the pomp and ceremony. So, if your herd likes fresh, tasty wines that complement a wide range of casual cuisines, introduce them to these umoosetakably good wines from 3 blind moose. No shades required.
Good wine for the money. A par above yellowtail and many other similarly priced wines.
its a pretty easy glass of wine to gulp down after you let it air a while - pretty good with dark chocolate. would not pay 8 dollars for it though.
Overall nice flavor. Nice deep red color. Berry and chocolate. One of my favorite wines to buy on a budget.
I've NEVER been a red wine drinker, but this wine changed my life! Not too tart, not too sweet...AMAZING!! I'm sad that my local store didn't have any when I checked today...
Very plain with only cherry & plum. One is only kidding with oneself if he/she thinks there is cocoa or cloves. Par quality for bottle you can usually get for $6 at most grocers.
For an inexpensive red wine that can be found at any local grocery store, this has to be one of my favorites. Soft aroma, bold berry and plum taste, very buttery.
this shit taste good with mango juice added cuz thats the only way im able to finish the bottle.
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