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Red Wine Reviews


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Definitely different and at the same time delightful (10)
Tsarine - Cuvee Premium Brut

Extremely fruity but too thin in depth (9)
2011 Big House - Beastly Old Vines

Finally, a sparkling Pinot Noir (9)
Segura Viudas - Aria

Greatness for the state of Washington (10)
2008 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Cabernet Sauvignon

Great but I need that Petit Verdot (8)
2009 Chateau de Hartes - Bordeaux

Great and inexpensive (10)
2010 Bodega Navarro Correas - Cabernet Sauvignon : Private Collection

Hollow then fruity (9)
2013 Belle Glos - Dairyman Pinot Noir

Heady and luxurious (9)
2011 Olema - Cabernet Sauvignon

Hibiscus and apricots (9)
River Road - Brut

I did not like it, but Spork did (6)
2003 Raymond Estates - Cabernet Sauvignon : Reserve

It (7)
2004 Cosme Palacio y Hermanos - Cosecha

I expected more from this Amarone, but didn (6)
2005 Cesari - Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Inky purple, woody, dry (8)
2008 Lucky 7 - Cabernet Sauvignon

I think I've found Barbera (10)
2007 Barbera da Vine - Barbera

I smell apples (7)
De Chanceny - Brut

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

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

I get pepper and cherries (9)
2013 Testarossa - Cuvee 107

Let your first Pinot Noir be as easy as ABC (8)
Au Bon Climat - ABC Pinot Noir

Long live the Carmenere (9)
2007 Montgras - Carmenere Reserva : Reserve

Let it breathe some, and it (8)
2007 Tishbi - Cabernet - Petit Sirah

Low-priced red-depth full of fun (9)
2008 Friday Monkey - Cabernet Sauvignon

Lush silk (9)
2010 Concannon Vineyards - Crimson & Clover

Liar, liar, whisps of cocoa (8)
Veuve de Vernay - Brut Rose


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