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Tamás Estates Red Blend Central Coast Double Decker Red 2008
At Tamás Estates we’ve made it our passion to fashion California wines in a style honoring their varietal heritage. With Double Decker Red we’ve taken it a step further by crafting a proprietary blend of red wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah and Barbera to create an adventurously robust yet smooth red wine with mouth-filling flavors of blackberry, black cherry and plum, and a smooth, spicy finish. Hop on the bus for a multinational wine tour experience and stamp your passport for world taste.
Love this wine, my roommates and I call it our "house wine" and buy it by the case. It is a perfect everyday wine and pairs well with all food!
Perfectly balanced red, with delicious layers of flavor. Tried it at a wine tasting and out of over twenty wines we sampled it was the only one that we wanted to go buy. My wife doesn't like red wine, and she wanted more!
A fun crowd pleaser. Very dark in the glass, with deep garnet hue. Nice nose, lots of red fruit, soft tannins. Good value.
Too sweet for me, almost reminded me of the awful Apothic Red, but not quite as bad. Not that good though. Has a bit of a brown-fruit edge that reminds me of dates, figs, and feces. Rotten grapes, also, like Hennessy VS, likely from overripe fruit. Tries to be a zinfandel, but it's a Cabernet / Petit Sirah blend, so I am confused by the sweetness, it doesn't work in my opinion with these grapes.
Fruity without overpowering. Smooth finish.
Perfect everyday wine. Great with pizza or pasta. Very drinkable
Food Pairings for Tamás Estates Red Blend Central Coast Double Decker Red
A proprietary blend of red wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Syrah, and Barbera, this adventurously robust yet smooth red wine has mouth-filling flavors of blackberry, black cherry and plum, and a smooth, spicy finish.
Notes: The components of this blend were aged separately in a combination of neutral oak and stainless steel tanks.
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