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Red Wine Reviews


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Inexpensive and with a little leather and tobacco on the back end (8)
2011 Dominican Oaks - Cabernet Sauvignon

Cherry and tobacco (9)
2012 River Road - Pinot Noir

Surprisingly good (9)
2010 Bliss Family Vineyards - Zinfandel

Not bad with some steak (8)
2012 Carnivor Wines - Cabernet Sauvignon

Smoke, clove and cocoa (9)
2012 X Winery - Lot 119 Petit Verdot

It klinked my klank (9)
2011 Klinker Brick Winery - Old Vine Zinfandel

Simply biutiful (9)
Grapes of Spain - Biutiful Brut Rose Cava

I like it (10)
2009 Windsor Sonoma - Zinfandel

I get bacon and leather (8)
2011 Terra d'Oro - Zinfandel

I thought it was a Kunde (10)
2009 Kinneybrook - Cabernet Sauvignon : Sustainably Farmed

A phenomenal sleeper (10)
2012 Cruz Altra - Cabernet Sauvignon : Reserve

A spicy friend indeed (10)
2012 St. Amant - Mohr-Fry Ranch Old Vine Zinfandel

Inexpensive but good intro to zin (8)
2012 Forever Vineyards - Zinfandel

Classic Burgundy taste but from Oregon (10)
2011 LeCadeau - Red Label

Bitch snuck up on me (10)
2010 Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

Coulda woulda shoulda but didn't (8)
2011 Newton Vineyard - Claret

Too damned tart and sweet (7)
2012 Forever Vineyards - Zinfandel

Competent but needs to age some more (8)
2012 Trentadue Winery - La Storia

Juicy and light spice (10)
2010 The Federalist - Zinfandel

Not quite a monster, more like a ghoulie, but still okay (9)
2010 Zinzilla - Zinzilla

Spicy and smoke (10)
2012 Oak Ridge Winery - Ancient Vine Zinfandel

Smoke over ectasy (10)
2005 Cesari - Bosan

A nice entry level Amarone (9)
2008 Cesari - Amarone Classico

Bosco does it best (10)
2007 Cesari - Il Bosco


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