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Red Wine Reviews


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Maybe I should wait 10-15 years and then see (6)
Masi - Campofiorin

My first Montes, and it had me hooked (10)
2004 Montes - Alpha M : Single Vineyard

My second Cab and Syrah blend, but the blend is off (7)
Big Tattoo Wines - Big Tattoo Red

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

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

My new Zin crush (10)
2012 Macchia - Adventurous

Not bad, but in fact, a little nice (9)
Arthur Metz - Brut Prestige

Nice and demure (8)
2009 Columbia Crest - Amitage

New Year's treat (9)
2005 Iron Horse - Classic Vintage Brut

Nice but actually a little calm (8)
2011 Consentino Winery - Cigar Zin

Not bad, but not moving me off my seat (9)
2007 Girard Winery - Artistry

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

Not bad with some steak (8)
2012 Carnivor Wines - Cabernet Sauvignon

Never try to do an Amarone if it's not Amarone (7)
2011 Bodega Y Vinedos Renaces - Enamore

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

Strawberry and melon in a champagne (9)
Korbel - Brut Rose

Spicy Cab, maybe with some Merlot or Syrah in it (9)
Villa Neri - Cabernet Sauvignon

Something perfect for reflecting on life (9)
2009 Forth - All Boys

Smack me in the head with a shovel (10)
Chandon - Etoile Brut

Spank me with strawberries (9)
2009 Graham Beck - Brut Rose

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

Smoke over ectasy (10)
2005 Cesari - Bosan

Spicy and smoke (10)
2012 Oak Ridge Winery - Ancient Vine Zinfandel

Simply biutiful (9)
Grapes of Spain - Biutiful Brut Rose Cava


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