I just had to pick up this bottle several months ago
because it was different; I mean, 'Sweet Shiraz,' WTF!?! I
saved it for a special occasion, and dared someone to drink
it with me. They said that it's a 9 and not a 10, so that's
what we're going to go with.
This wine retains the color of a great red; deep purple
in color. The body is light, but the taste is very
fulfilling. It's very fruity; blueberries, raspberries,
etc. It's sweet, but not as sugary or sweet as a
traditional dessert wine. Lena says that it's a wine that
you can't stop drinking.
I would consider this wine a 'Ladykiller' and as Lena and
the bottle both say, this would be great with cheese, or a