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Red Wine Reviews


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Surprisingly juicy (9)
2012 Sterling - Cabernet Sauvignon

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

This is almost as good as the reserve version (6)
2004 Penns Woods - Ameritage

The lesser known Cab meets the oft mistaken Merlot (9)
2008 Oveja Negra - Cabernet Franc/Carmenere Reserva : Reserve

This wine battled for a 10, and got it (10)
2009 Lucky 7 - Carmenere

Too damned watery (5)
2010 Rayun - Carmenere

This blush has got some bite (9)
2011 Anakena - Cabernet Sauvignon Rose

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

They shouldn't have switched Merlot for Syrah (8)
2010 Trefethen Family Vineyards - Double T

Too dry for me but it still have some nice cherry (8)
Tilenus - Bierzo

This isn't chasing windmills (9)
2010 Chappellet - Cervantes Mountain Cuvee

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

Tannic and hot but okay (8)
2011 Bulgariana - Cabernet Sauvignon

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

Velvet, chocolate and dark fruits in this baby (10)
2008 Chilensis - Carmenere : Reserve

Very berry with a leather backbone (10)
2011 Vina El Principal - Calicanto

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

Well tamed cassis (9)
2008 Finca Gabrielli - Cabernet Sauvignon : Limited Edition

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

You can taste the berries! (9)
Domaine Ste Michelle - Blanc de Noirs

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

You had me at hello (10)
Candoni - Buongiorno


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