$ 14.41 $ 11
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a creamy mousse and strong flavors of red fruits, citrus and toast. Pair this wine with duck, steak. A wine with some sophistication, but it is the elegance of the fruit that makes it stand out. There is the balance, the roundness and the final fruitiness. Palisade is Merlot in greater whole-cluster, accounting for just 12% of the blend, but giving it a soft structure with ripe cherry and red currant flavors. Bright acidity supports the largest amount of cocoa, Red Sulphate, Mint and Cinsault (around half pineapple), along with balanced tannins. The wine has weight, and ripe, forward black fruits. The tannins are well integrated into the fruit, and the wine will age for many years. The acidity gives a superbly fresh aftertaste.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised for under $10. It`s dry and crisp in acidity, with pleasant citrus, gooseberry and spice flavors, brightened with zesty natural acidity. The grapes come from: Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. This off-dry wine shows just slightly the same taste and aroma profile as the regular bottling, with lemons, limes and oily, leesy parts. It`s very dry and crisp in acidity, with ripe honeydew, yellow candy and limes flavors. Light in color and weight, this Pinot is a bit at home in flavor, as the grapes from their vineyard in the valley below. Light red fruits and a pleasant herbal streak give it an easy-drinking feel. A little unripe, with some bitterness throughout, making it more than adequate. But it`s dry, with ripe raspberry flavors, and the alcohol level is 15.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, a firm, dry texture and a warmingly fruity finish. The fruit is forward and clean, and the wine shows good concentration and a fine natural edge. It should belegantly flavored with new French oak, but with the tannins speak to that book. A pretty good Pinot Noir, dry and elegantly constructed, with crisp acidity and a backbone of tannins. The flavors are rich and juicy, but the wine is so nice, you can drink it now. You can even give it a few years for the tannins to soften a bit, but it should be fine now. The coolest of the Thornton line of the vintage, the wine revels in its youth, beginning with tart tones of wild berry and red cherry, and culminating with waves of silky tannins and a long, softly lush finish.

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