Tabor Hill Lake Michigan Shore Red Arrow Red NV

Member Review by jtryka:

The color of the wine was a translucent red, similar to cranberry juice, or perhaps cherry Kool-Aid, but nothing that would suggest a hearty dry red wine blend. The label claims that it's a blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, but I just don't see it, as it simply has the appearance of a rose gone wrong. The nose is somewhat medicine like, with a scent of wet cardboard, and maybe a hint of fruit. The taste is certainly dry, there is no hint of boysenberry syrup here, but there was little flavor at all, outside some hints of leather and a bit of oak. There was virtually no finish, which is actually a plus, since if I had to endure a long finish of this set of flavors I would have dumped this much earlier in the evening. See my full reveiw on my blog here" http://allaloneonaplanetfullofpeople.blogspot.com/2012/08/tabor-hill-red-arrow-red-nv.html

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Tabor Hill Winery:
Just miles off of Lake Michigan though rolling hills you'll find Michigan's only winery with a full service restaurant, the hidden jewel Tabor Hill Winery & Restaurant. Check out www.taborhill.com to see what kind of experience awaits you!

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Snooth User: jtryka
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08/26/2012

The color of the wine was a translucent red, similar to cranberry juice, or perhaps cherry Kool-Aid, but nothing that would suggest a hearty dry red wine blend. The label claims that it's a blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, but I just don't see it, as it simply has the appearance of a rose gone wrong. The nose is somewhat medicine like, with a scent of wet cardboard, and maybe a hint of fruit. The taste is certainly dry, there is no hint of boysenberry syrup here, but there was little flavor at all, outside some hints of leather and a bit of oak. There was virtually no finish, which is actually a plus, since if I had to endure a long finish of this set of flavors I would have dumped this much earlier in the evening. See my full reveiw on my blog here" http://allaloneonaplanetfullofpeople.blogspot.com/2012/08/tabor-hill-red-arrow-red-nv.html




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