West-Whitehill Red Blend Sweet Mountain Spice 2001
Definitely an interesting wine. I never thought that I would enjoy a warm, spiced wine. The winery actually serves it well above room temperature, and it's surprisingly delicious. Heavy in cinnamon and nutmeg. Deep, earthy tones.Add winemaker's notes
West-Whitehill Winery, founded in 1981, has established a tradition of producing fine wines from grapes grown in the cool, dry, sunny climates of the South Branch Valley and Potomac Highlands of eastern West Virginia. Our climate is particularly suited for the cultivation of the best French- American grapes.
Definitely an interesting wine. I never thought that I would enjoy a warm, spiced wine. The winery actually serves it well above room temperature, and it's surprisingly delicious. Heavy in cinnamon and nutmeg. Deep, earthy tones.
A great local wine. Traditionally served warm it's basically Christmas in a glass. Way too sweet to really be paired with anything - stick to (very) small glasses and open a bottle for a large group of people.
Very sweet - dessert wine. Great at the holidays but I enjoy it year round. Can even be warmed like a Christmas Wassil.
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