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Red Wine Reviews


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A nice looking demon (9)
2016 Poggia Anima - Raphael

A little bourbon basting (9)
2013 R Wines - Southern Belle

Slap me silly with cocoa goodness (10)
2014 Bodegas Carchelo - Carchelo 2014

A little spicy and dark (9)
2012 Shannon Ridge - Zinfandel : Single Vineyard

A great sleeper (10)
2012 Sobon Estate - Zinfandel

A hidden gem (9)
2011 Il Mastino - Sangiovese Superiore Riserva : Reserve

Dark and wicked (9)
2007 Blockheadia Ringnosii - Zinfandel

Could be a lot better (8)
2012 Albino Armani - Ripasso

Smoky and lovely (9)
2012 Steele Wines - Old Vine Zinfandel

Jed, I owe you an apology (9)
2012 Steele Wines - Shooting Star Zinfandel

Another interesting little thing from New Mexico (8)
Jacqueline Leonne - Rose

Smoky as fu%k (10)
2012 Rodney Strong - Zinfandel

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

Tart blueberries and cherries but with a little kick (8)
2012 Sobon Estate - Rocky Top Zinfandel

Thanks for shining me a truth (10)
2012 Oak Ridge Winery - Cabernet Sauvignon

Hibiscus and apricots (9)
River Road - Brut

My new bestie (10)
2012 Trentadue Winery - La Storia Cuvee 32

Toffee and coffee (9)
2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon

Cherry and leather (8)
2012 River Road - Old Vine Zinfandel

Another year and still good (9)
2013 River Road - Pinot Noir : Reserve

Surprisingly juicy (9)
2012 Sterling - Cabernet Sauvignon

Very dry with a hint of cinnamon and cocoa (9)
2013 Carson Ridge - Cabernet Sauvignon

They just keep winning (10)
2012 Joel Gott - 815 Cabernet Sauvignon

Sneaky cheeky bastard (9)
2011 30 Degrees - Old Vine Zinfandel


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