This wine sells for $4.99 to 5.79 in East Dallas, Tx. It is a wine for when I am counting everyone of my cents as many of us have to do many times during the month. Much better than the Gallo, or Sutter Home, Vendage, and Turning Leaf class of lower cost wine which have an instant vinegary taste to me, and this did not have. Yes, there many more great tasting wines if you want to pay $12 and upwards.This is a solid low budget wine every bit as good as Yellow Tail, or Barefoot and for a few dollars less.I rate it just under and not as good as Lindemans which sells for about 8.99. I call it a pizza or left over spaghetti wine, good for Saturdays in front of the TV, but not a formal or really nice dinner.
External Reviews for Fish Eye Merlot Box
At FishEye, there's no pinkie raising, brie eating, wine spitting gobbledgook. The bold flavor is so lively that this wine jumps out of your glass! If grilled salmon steaks or marinated chicken are the center pieces of the meal, then a soft red such as FishEye Merlot would accompany those dishes perfectly.
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