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Big, red and juicy. A bunch of residual sugar. It's okay, not my favorite. Read more
Not very complicated, but well balanced, with strawberries and cinnamon, slight gaminess. Read more
Bright and ripe with some unexpected complexity on this inexpensive wine. Read more
Northern Italy Sun-dried Tomato and Italian Sausage Risotto featuring RiceSelect™ Arborio Rice
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Food Pairings for Middle Sister Red Blend California Rebel Red
Big, red and juicy. A bunch of residual sugar. It's okay, not my favorite.
Not very complicated, but well balanced, with strawberries and cinnamon, slight gaminess.
Bright and ripe with some unexpected complexity on this inexpensive wine.
Slightly hot nose of leather and black cherry. Very nice mouth feel and acidity. Easy drinking and smooth, with lots of figs, cherry and a little licorice on the finish.
Some yam-like sweetness with fake prunes. Acidified shit.
This is a jammy, yummy wine, smooth, good alone or with an aged gouda! Full body yet easy to drink. This is a wonderful everyday wine!
Unexpected. Complex and exciting for the price.
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