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Claret is the old British term for the wines of Bordeaux. This wine, the first such from Francis Ford Coppolarsquo;s Sonoma County winery, is a good buy. Itrsquo;s a bit rustic, but offers smooth flavors of blackberries, currants and chocolate.
This bright Cabernet reveals deep fruit flavors of blackberry and blueberry. Coppola's Claret is a rich, full-bodied Cabernet with enticing overtones of spice and oak. This wine ends in a delightful long finish. Claret makes for a delicious complement to any red meat dish.
Ripe, with black cherry, blackberry, eucalyptus and earth flavors. The tannins are soft and chewy, lingering nicely on the finish. Drink now through 2006.
Offers broad aromas of sandalwood, spice, and red currants followed by layers of engaging black currant, berry, and dark chocolate flavors. Hints of sweet vanilla framed by luxurious, elegant tannins highlight the winersquo;s lengthy finish.
Claret is the old British term for the wines of Bordeaux. This wine, the first such from Francis Ford Coppola's Sonoma County winery, is a good buy. It's a bit rustic, but offers smooth flavors of blackberries, currants and chocolate.
A chocolatey wine with a deep red color, dark plummy fruits, and a nice dose of warm baking spices on the finish. Silky-smooth tannins give it a great friendly structure.
The cornerstone of Coppola's Diamond Collection, this Cabernet-based blend is hearty and full-flavored, but very soft on the palate. Deep black fruit and spice notes abound, making this a great easy-drinking red for burgers, pulled pork or goulash.
Not yet reviewed; 2008 vintage rated 95 points by Wine & Spirits: This wine’s dark, curranty tension captures Red Rock’s cooler, northern exposure. It takes the rich, saturated flavors of classic Napa Valley cabernet in a fresh direction; a walk in the woods harvesting berries and morels. The finesse of the tannins combines with the zesty cool of the fruit to trigger all sorts of pleasure receptors in the brain. This is elegant and hard to resist, though it will reward a decade of patient cellaring.
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