Reviewed on 2020-04-24
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Rating 82
Style Red
Blend , Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Blanc, Malbec, Merlot, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel
Vintage
Appellation
USA
ABV 13.5%
Price $11.00  Buy This Wine
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Happy Hour, Party Wine, Wine Cocktails

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Malbec, Merlot , Zinfandel

7 Moons Red Blend Review

Putting moon phases on a wine label, seven of them in descending order, often indicates some kind of sustainable practice; I see none here. The site talks about the phases of the moon and nothing about who made it or how it was made; tricky devils. There are seven grapes (get it?) in the blend, yet not one grape has a voice. This is your typical red blend that mashes grapes together in a blend, pouring out inky wine with stewed red, black and blue fruit, and some sweetness from oak and alcohol. At $11 these types of wines with vintage hidden somewhere on the label do well in wine cocktails such as a simple sangria. If you dig consistency, this wine will not change from year to year.

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7 Moons Red Blend
Putting moon phases on a wine label, seven of them in descending order, often indicates some kind of sustainable practice; I see none here. The site talks about the phases of the moon and nothing about who made it or how it was made; tricky devils. There are seven grapes (get it?) in the blend, yet not one grape has a voice. This is your typical red blend that mashes grapes together in a blend, pouring out inky wine with stewed red, black and blue fruit, and some sweetness from oak and alcohol. At $11 these types of wines with vintage hidden somewhere on the label do well in wine cocktails such as a simple sangria. If you dig consistency, this wine will not change from year to year.

Reviewed On: 04-24-2020
82
POINTS
7 Moons Red Blend
Putting moon phases on a wine label, seven of them in descending order, often indicates some kind of sustainable practice; I see none here. The site talks about the phases of the moon and nothing about who made it or how it was made; tricky devils. There are seven grapes (get it?) in the blend, yet not one grape has a voice. This is your typical red blend that mashes grapes together in a blend, pouring out inky wine with stewed red, black and blue fruit, and some sweetness from oak and alcohol. At $11 these types of wines with vintage hidden somewhere on the label do well in wine cocktails such as a simple sangria. If you dig consistency, this wine will not change from year to year.

Reviewed On: 04-24-2020