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Cabernet Franc Wines

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

My new bestie (10)
2012 Trentadue Winery - La Storia Cuvee 32

Heady and luxurious (9)
2011 Olema - Cabernet Sauvignon

Something new (9)
2009 Mascota Vineyards - Unanime Gran Vino Tinto

Coulda woulda shoulda but didn't (8)
2011 Newton Vineyard - Claret

Clunky but interesting (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Gabriel Archer : Reserve

Bordeaux style minus one (10)
2009 Estampa - Gold

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

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

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

Petit Verdot heavy and beguiling (10)
2010 Williamsburg Winery - Lord Botetourt Red

Overly deep (9)
2002 Geyser Peak Winery - Reserve Alexandre Meritage : Reserve

Creeps up on you (8)
2008 Tamarack Cellars - Firehouse Red

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

I'm in love and lust at the same damned time (10)
2008 Hess Collection Winery - 19 Block Cuvee

Great but I need that Petit Verdot (8)
2009 Chateau de Hartes - Bordeaux

Demure but still approachable (8)
2010 Hahn Winery - Meritage

Not bad but not overly impressing (8)
2009 Dunham Cellars - Trutina

Nice and demure (8)
2009 Columbia Crest - Amitage

Bordeaux by way of Chile (10)
2009 Bodega Benegas - Don Tiburcio

I smell apples (7)
De Chanceny - Brut

A smashing Cab Franc (American at that) for under $5 (10)
La Valle - Cabernet Franc

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

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


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