Category: Red

Summers “Two-Acre Zin” (Napa) 2013 review by (PB)

Nice dark black cherry hue with aromas of spicy black berry, stewed tomatoes, and a touch of cedar. Palate–Textured tannins, intense dark ripe fruit, nice spice, lingering tarry black berry finish This Calistoga Zin is a new one to me and my wife bought it for Father’s Day paying $20. To be fair, I am…

Fetzer Flatbed Red 2016 review by (PB)

Nice deep black cherry hue with aromas of savory spiced dark berries, cedar, sweet blackberry Palate–Big bold, intense dark fruit bombish, with a bit of pucker, rich spicy, blackberries, tar, and a lingering finish. This was reduced to $7 (from $10) and I grabbed it because of the reliability over many decades of Fetzer’s productions. …

Bodegas Belgrano Malbec (NV) review by (PB)

Bricking around the rim with browning all around The bouquet is obviously an aged one with interesting aromas of both sweet fresh fruit and aged spicy fruit with a touch of stewed prunes also the mark of an aged red bouquet. Palate–A touch tart but with saving graces of creamy prune whip with sweet spiced…