Has a good fruit forward note and taste but is flat and tasteless at the end.
Salmon rosé color - extremely light. Closed nose, with an almost Beaujolais candied red fruit note. Very thin, a little tart. Light body, with red cherries. A pleasant simple quaffer. $16
I found this wine to be a velvety compliment to the sesame seed incrusted tuna I enjoyed it with. It's not a bold wine and it's finish was a tad light at the end but the compliment to the meal was excellent. Very nice nose, looked great in the glass. A wonderful buy for "regular" drinking at around $15 a btl.
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Wine Tasting NotesThis wine has a delicate ruby color and an elegantly perfumed wild berry bouquet reminiscent of raspberries, blackberries and black cherries, along with plummy notes. A versatile and easy-drinking wine that will perfectly accompany your summer BBQs, as well as indoors; roast meats (pork, duck, and chicken), terrines and pts, or just a platter of cheeses.
Wine Tasting NotesDeep garnet. Pronounced spicy floral notes can be found on the nose and on tasting we have a wine which is powerful and round yet with balanced tannins. On tasting, fruity flavours of raspberry and spice reveal themselves giving us a wine which should be cellared for a couple of years before reaching its peak.
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