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Red Wine Reviews


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Clunky but interesting (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Gabriel Archer : Reserve

Bringing a little bit of spice while I am suffering through a cold (9)
2011 Cesari - Mara

Nice but overpriced (8)
2011 Robert Biale Vineyards - Black Chicken

Too much cowbell (8)
2011 Williamsburg Winery - Lord Botetourt Virginia Red

The syrah threw this off (8)
2008 Cuvelier Los Andes - Collecion

Tart cherry with an underbelly of tobacco (10)
2011 Marietta Cellars - Zinfandel

My new Zin crush (10)
2012 Macchia - Adventurous

Weighty in the back of your throat (9)
2011 Twisted Sisters - Zinfandel

A delicate bubbly thing (9)
Louis Bouillot - Blanc de Noirs

Devilish seduction quality zinfandel (9)
2010 Rosenblum Cellars - Zinfandel

Let the bubbles roar (8)
Ferrari - Rose

Smack your mama good (10)
2010 Sobon Estate - Rezerve

Tasteless but strong (8)
2010 Murphy-Goode - Liar's Dice

So good to be so young (10)
2012 Courtney Benham - Zinfandel

More plums than cherries (8)
2007 Cline Cellars - Bridgehead Zinfandel

Give this brat a couple of years and he might burn the house down (9)
2012 Macchia - Mischievous

Why did they add Viognier (6)
Santa Julia - Extra Brut

Melon with just a pat of butter (9)
Graham Beck - Brut

Bordeaux style minus one (10)
2009 Estampa - Gold

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

Strawberry, cherry and bubbles (9)
Louis Bouillot - Brut Rose - Perle d'Aurore

Juicy but lacking that knockout blow (8)
2011 Terra d'Oro - Zinfandel

A hint of spice and cocoa (8)
2011 Tormaresca - Neprica

Deep dark currants and some vanilla (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Arundell Cabernet Sauvignon


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