This Big House Red lives up to that old Fruit Bomb moniker that you’ve come to expect. It starts with a nose full of ...Read more...
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To call Big House Red "Fruity" or "Sweet" is slightly misleading. It's less "Fruity" and "Sweet" than most New World wines. It's a New World wine ... Read more
A very popular red blend with loads of fruit and firm acidity. Consistently lovely, this is a great wine for parties: just about everyone loves it. Read more
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To call Big House Red "Fruity" or "Sweet" is slightly misleading. It's less "Fruity" and "Sweet" than most New World wines. It's a New World wine for people that like Old World wine. The wine is complex and interesting for under $10. You can taste Northern Italy, Southern France and Napa.
This Big House Red lives up to that old Fruit Bomb moniker that you’ve come to expect. It starts with a nose full of blackberries and raspberries, with hints of leather and spices. The palate is clean, exhibiting flavors of cranberries, roses and a touch of rhubarb. This finish lingers, with flavors of vanilla and a touch of dark cherries in the finish. A true trump card, Big House Red pairs well with all grilled meats, lasagna Bolognese, grilled vegetables or even sashimi grade Ahi tuna.
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