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  • Jill Oviatt

    Just tried this the other night. We visited this winery a couple of weeks ago and loved the I love the wine. "The wines' aromatics are complex showing subtle scents of smokiness, marzipan, cola, black currants and black berries wrapped in a trace of baking spices and sandalwood." Doesn't disappoint!

  • Julie Carroll

    We've almost finished off this case. The price point was great, and it has been a nice every day red. Smooth, just a little bold. Bookwalter does a great job of making vibrant reds. Great with pasta and red sauce!

  • Yvonne Doolan

    Very nice red

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