Truth be told, the moose aren’t blind. They just think it’s cool to share good wine with friends, minus the pomp and ceremony. So, if your herd likes fresh, tasty wines that complement a wide range of casual cuisines, introduce them to these umoosetakably good wines from 3 blind moose. No shades required.
Great flavor, nice aroma. Best wine i've had in a while.
External Reviews for Three Blind Moose Merlot
The grapes were sourced primarily from vineyards in the Central Coast and Lodi growing regions, both excellent sources of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The mild summer weather and relatively light
The grapes were sourced primarily from vineyards in the Central Coast and Lodi growing regions, both excellent sources of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The mild summer weather and relatively light crop in these areas resulted in an excellent concentration of color, aroma and flavor. The fruit was harvested at optimal ripeness when the flavors were vibrant, the tannins were supple, and the hills were alive with the sound of moosic.
Bright, vibrant red-purple color. Aromas and flavors of dark berry, plum, chocolate, clove and spice. Medium-bodied with a soft palate and round, generous, easy-drinking flavors.
Deep brick (not to be confused with Deep Purple) color; dense (not to be confused with stupid); ripe berry and plum aromas with teasing hints of coffee and spice (Eggnog Latte, anyone?); and a smooth mouthfeel of rich fruit flavors finishing with unmoosetakable finesse. What more could you ask for (other than World Peace and Global Cooling)? - Winery
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