Domestic Wine Oak Leaf Sweet Red
I opened this bottle, poured a glass for my wife and myself. She took a sip, and turned the glass over onto the lawn and asked me why we were not drinking good wine.Add winemaker's notes
I opened this bottle, poured a glass for my wife and myself. She took a sip, and turned the glass over onto the lawn and asked me why we were not drinking good wine.
Nice casual day sweet wine
Very Nice Wine. Flavor was great. I do not usually drink sweet wines, But I bought this for a friend while I was on vacation and sipped it. Was very pleased and looking to buy more locally to where I live. No such luck as of yet.
I have just started drinking wine, so I typically hate the dry taste. This is a great introductory wine to get your palette slowly used to the bitter taste that wine offers.
I almost didn't buy this wine because it was so cheap. I'm glad I did, I love red wine, but hate the oak taste most reds have. This is a very mild, medium sweet wine, that tastes best chilled (yes I can hear all you wine snobs out there saying that's because it is so cheap) I'm just in it for the fun, and this wine is definitively fun. Did I mention it is unbelievably cheap? hahaha
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