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Norman Vineyards Grenache Blend Paso Robles Vino Rosado 2005

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This enticing wine has a complex fruity, spicy and perfumy nose. ripe aromas of cherry and plum are enhanced by notes of carnation, cinnamon and cayenne pepper. Medium-bodied, the full-flavored wine is bone dry and crisply acidic. Serve ice-cold in chilled glasses with roast game fowl or albondigas (spicy meatball soup.) Best enjoyed young, this wine should be consumed by the summer of 2008.

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Color: Red
Blend: Grenache, Syrah
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Norman Vineyards:
Welcome to Norman Vineyards, a small family owned winery in the beautiful hills west of Paso Robles on California’s Central Coast. We’ve been growing grapes here for over 30 years, and making wine for over 15. Our specialty over the years has been elegant Cabernet and Meritage, bold Zinfandels, Barbera, and Chardonnay. Along the way we’ve thrown in a few small production wines to keep it interesting, and now, Syrah, which joined our lineup in 2002.

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Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/24/2009

This enticing wine has a complex fruity, spicy and perfumy nose. ripe aromas of cherry and plum are enhanced by notes of carnation, cinnamon and cayenne pepper. Medium-bodied, the full-flavored wine is bone dry and crisply acidic. Serve ice-cold in chilled glasses with roast game fowl or albondigas (spicy meatball soup.) Best enjoyed young, this wine should be consumed by the summer of 2008.



This enticing wine has a complex fruity, spicy and perfumy nose. ripe aromas of cherry and plum are enhanced by notes of carnation, cinnamon and cayenne pepper. Medium-bodied, the full-flavored wine is bone dry and crisply acidic. Serve ice-cold in chilled glasses with roast game fowl or albondigas (spicy meatball soup.) Best enjoyed young, this wine should be consumed by the summer of 2008.

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