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Hob Nob Vineyards Wicked Red Blend 2012

An appropriately festive, limited edition red blend for All Hallows Eve.

Winery: Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits and Les Vins Georges Dubœuf developed Hob Nob in 2007 with a goal of producing “approachable, yet stylish and sophisticated” wines. 115 more words


Wine Review: Lyeth Meritage Sonoma County 2011

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Symington Altano Douro DOC 2011

Confident and bold, this red blend is from the largest family estate in Portugal and craves to be paired with hearty dishes.

Estate: The Symington family has been involved with winemaking in the Douro Valley of Portugal since 1882, and through their great grandmother, can trace their winemaking back 14 generations to the mid 17th century. 189 more words


Apothic Dark Limited Release 2013

A limited release, seasonal red blend with bold sweet and savoury notes, making it a good companion with both hearty dishes and rich desserts.

Winery: Apothic Wines are a brand of E & J Gallo, one of the world’s largest wine producers and distributors. 134 more words


Westover Je t'aime 2011 Red Blend

Purchased from Westover Vineyards, around $20

Aaron:  This was one of our favorite wines from the tasting room and while not bad, it’s not as good as I remember.  142 more words


Orin Swift Locations AR2 Red NV

Easy drinking and engaging, this is a well-composed glass fantastic for sipping on its own or with a wide variety of dishes.

Label: Locations is a label of winemaker David Phinney, founder of Orin Swift Cellars . 220 more words

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