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Red Wine Reviews


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Shiver-worthy (10)
2010 Goosebump - Velvety Red

Simple label, great wine (9)
2010 Fourth Vineyards - Histoire

Hot damn Sam as my friend Jim would say (10)
2010 Trentadue Winery - La Storia

Berry backbone with spicy hints (8)
2010 14 Hands - Hot to Trot Red Blend

Nice and demure (8)
2009 Columbia Crest - Amitage

The steak was overcooked but the wine is fantastic (9)
2010 Trentadue Winery - Old Patch Red - Lot #34

Beautiful Oregonian Bubbly (10)
2008 Argyle Winery - Brut

Bordeaux by way of Chile (10)
2009 Bodega Benegas - Don Tiburcio

An interesting different little thing from Korbel (8)
2008 Korbel - Brut - Made with Organic Grapes

Six varietals forming a Voltron of Liquid Ecstasy (10)
2006 Magito - Panorama Zinfandel

Smack yo momma good (10)
2008 Estancia - Meritage : Reserve

Young and juicy (8)
2009 Thorny Rose - Cabernet Sauvignon

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

I smell apples (7)
De Chanceny - Brut

A wondrous gem at a very affordable price (9)
2011 Grayson Cellars - Cabernet Sauvignon

Another wine from Puglia (9)
2010 Castello Monaci - Salice Salentino

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

That's amore (9)
2011 Barnard Griffin - Rose of Sangiovese

Back for the first time (10)
2010 Casillero del Diablo - Carmenere : Reserve

Out of the rubble (8)
2009 Cuvee Del Maule - Earthquake Blend

Weak and watery Merlot (2)
2010 Santa Alicia - Merlot : Reserve

Taste like tobacco, as in you stumped your stogie in this (2)
2010 Santa Alicia - Carmenere : Reserve

Smoky, chewy leathery just like the wings of the demon on the bottle (9)
2009 Poggia Anima - Samael

A great little thing (9)
Louis Bouillot - Perle de Vigne


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