A nice spring treat

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Brand NameChaddsford
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Wine NameDry Rosť
Vintage (Year)2008
CountryUnited States
Wine ClassRed, White
Wine TypeCabernet Sauvignon, Vidal, Pinot Noir
Wine GroupsLow cost party staples
Alcohol %13%
Bottle Size750ml
Price$10 and Under
Site Rating9 (on a scale of 1-10)

I am not a fan of dry wines, but sometimes they do hit the spot. And I also tend not to trust what's on the back labels of most wines, but Eric Miller is usually dead on when it comes to his products.

As printed, this wine is great chilled and reminds you a light white wine, but given some time, you start to experience the aspects of the red grapes used in its construction.

Like a nice red wine, this does warm my ears up quite a bit, but it's light enough for most drinkers. Fruity, but not too fruity, it's the perfect cross of all things that goes great with fresh fruit, cheeses and nice salads. Hmmmmm, I taste strawberries!


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