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This was my first wine to really get me excited about trying other wines. It's a little sweet and rather light. I'm working on reds now, but I thin... Read more
I won't say I hate it, but I can't say I love it either. This is my girlfriend's go-to wine of choice, but I find it to be rather sweet and cloying... Read more
Middle East Rice Tabbouleh featuring RiceSelect™ Texmati® Light Brown Rice
Texmati® Light Brown Rice is a quick-cooking, all-natural rice that brings out the vibrancy of Middle Eastern dishes, especially when paired with Rosé Wines
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This was my first wine to really get me excited about trying other wines. It's a little sweet and rather light. I'm working on reds now, but I think I'll do this one again come the hot summer.
I won't say I hate it, but I can't say I love it either. This is my girlfriend's go-to wine of choice, but I find it to be rather sweet and cloying. I love native Indiana wines (even the foxy Catawba, of which this wine is made), but this is clearly geared toward simple drinkers and simple drinking, read more...and is not a wine I take seriously.
<p>Made from Catawba grapes, a Native American grape variety that has been used for wine since the 1800s, this wine has an eyecatching red-pink color. Lively grape aromas and flavors provide for a sweet finish. Best served with Asian or Mexican cuisine, as well as fruits, desserts, and salads.</p>
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