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...

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Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/25/2009

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.


Winemaker's Notes:

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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