The Magnificent Wine House Wine White Blanc 2006
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This is gotta be one of the best $10 wines around. Spice, cedar and tobacco in the nose. Good acid and tannin. Smokey, currant and blackberry ... yummy.
tastes more expensive than it is, appealing to 'big red' lovers, goes down very smoothly, each sip makes you think a little about the different layers of flavor. at this price point, a definite thumbs up!
Dark red color in the glass. The nose of this wine shows dark fruit with an herbal element and a touch of mint. Once in the mouth one notes blackberry flavors along with a little spice, some vanilla, and a little oak as well. Somewhat full body. Moderate tannins, though they do seem a bit young at times. Decent length on the finish.
Living up to its name, this truly has become our house red. Inexpensive, eminently drinkable, and well suited to all sorts of food, it's hard to find a more versatile quaff.
This wine started off badly: harsh with too much alcohol. However, a little breathing and it opened up very nicely. Earthy, spicy, and a little oakey with some blackberry behind it. I'll definitely snag up a few more bottles.
I got a very green, earthy, asparagus nose which I was fine with. I thought it was a little hot, and very short. There are much better blends at $12...
What a pleasant surprise. Don't let the rustic label fool you into thinking you're getting someone's first try at winemaking. This excellent blend is deep red in color and has rich complex flavors and soft tannins.
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Let's face it, lays deep and full in the glass, opulent, smooth, lavender currents and charred meat. This is a silky wine definitely not a one trick pony. So just get on and ride!
Coming from the Blue Mountains of Walla Walla in Washington, this red blend delighted us as soon as we tried it. Made from Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Franc, the House Wine has brambly spice, licorice, and blackberries, with supple tannins and a velvet texture on the finish. The perfect red for grilled meats and strong cheeses.
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