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Red Wine Reviews


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Another "all that" wine from Mission Hill (10)
2003 Mission Hill - Mission Hill Oculus

A Rose with a kinky name (6)
2006 Folie a Deux - Ménage à Trois Rose

A great sparkling for under $10 (8)
Yellowglen - Pink

A nice spicy Merlot (10)
2007 Arabella - Merlot

A nice semi-dry tongue tantalizer (8)
2006 Ca' de' Rocchi - Montere Ripasso

A different take on Pinot Noirt (8)
2007 Chaddsford - Pinot Noir

A Pennsylvania Bordeaux Blend! (10)
2005 Chaddsford - Merican

A powerful Pinot Noir at a great price of $10 (9)
2008 Chilensis - Pinot Noir Reserve : Private Reserve

A smashing Pinot Noir from 100+ year old vines (9)
2006 Rio Seco - Pinot Noir : Reserve

A surprisingly bright and fruity Malbec Rose (8)
2008 The Wait - Malbec Rose

An interesting Pinot, but not worth the price (8)
2005 Lane Tanner - Pinot Noir

A weak French style Pinot Noir (7)
2009 Mark West - Pinot Noir

A stunner that I never even saw coming (10)
2009 Catena - Malbec

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

A nice inexpensive Bordeaux-style blend (8)
2011 Sterling - Meritage

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

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

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

A wonderful Recioto (10)
2004 Le Salette - Pergole Vece

Blueberries and peppers (9)
2009 Ballentine Vineyards - Old Vines Zinfandel

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

Competent but dry Merlot (8)
2008 Asunto - Merlot

Christine hit me up again (8)
2006 Christine Andrew - Old Vine Zinfandel

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


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