One of our favorite inexpensive wines. Goes wonderfully with a meat and cheese tray.
I agree with the previous poster. Good, cheap wine.
THIS IS A FAKE. http://thepour.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/09/the-case-of-the-fake-pinot-or-thousands-of-cases-of-it/ Unless you can't tell the difference between a merlot and a pinot, which apparently most of the US can't. Way to get scammed.
I had a bottle recently at a restaurant and found it very good. In fact, it was so tasty that I shared with the cook and with the people at the next table.
Definitely a decent wine for under $10. I have to agree that an iron taste is present, and will overwhelm the palette if drinking w/o accompanying food. A little light for me. I am usually more of a full bodied drinker myself.
Heavy iron taste and overly powerful tannins.
Fabulous little red. Goes great with just about anything.
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