Can't see this wine rated under three. This is really excellent wine. Forget the price focus on the taste. If it cost $70-+ the ones who rated it one or two would rate it three or four.
I just can't believe this wine has won ANY awards...ever. No way, now how.
Couldn't finish the glass. Very awkward and cheap-tasting, even for a cheap wine.
At 13%, the alcohol content in this wine was almost undetectable in the taste. It has a sweet, almost flowery nose. Tasted smooth, very subtle aftertaste (no acid, no burn). This is a good wine for less seasoned winos, and for those who don't really like wine - it's almost grape juicey. Definitely elicited the berry, oak, and jammy flavors, but hardly an award winner.
Great Color. Full Bodied. Needs to be decanted as it is much better with time. Great with cheese. Best full bodied wine for Under 10 bucks
$5 good for a cheap bottle of wine
Not great but not bad
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