Llano Estacado Sweet Red NV
Llano Estacado Sweet Red is a festive wine made from several grape varieties including Syrah, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. This deliciously fruity red wine displays an alluring blackberry flavor, with soft, round tannins that provide a rich mouth texture with just a hint of mint in the finish. Llano Sweet Red can be enjoyed either chilled or at room temperature. It's fresh & fruity character requires no bottle aging.
The simple mission of Llano Estacado, from its beginning in 1976 to its role as industry leader today, has been to embody the fabulous potential of Texas wines. This mission began with 1,300 cases of wine released in 1977. Today, Llano Estacado is the largest premium winery in the state of Texas, producing wines of world class quality, and taking the lead in introducing not just Texans, but the entire world, to the great wines made in Texas.
Fantastic for the wine drinkers who don't like the bitter after taste. Fresh, fruity taste with a sweet finish.
Sweet is a bit of an understatement. This wine was much too sweet for my taste.
The sweetest I've had in a while. Not for drinking with meals but ideal as a dessert wine.
This is definitely one of my favorite wines..never expected that of a wine from TX, lol :))
My fav "relax in the evening" wine by far.
Exactly what the bottle says (warns?), this is clean, fruity sweet red, which goes well as an aperitif or with dessert, but not as a dessert wine alone.
Texas has everything...why not a delicious wine. My favorite. Love you Llano.
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|Alcohol: 12.4%||pH: 3.78|
|Total Acidity: .69 grams per liter|