Drink If You Like
Merlot, Pinot Noir , Tempranillo
The Full Review
This bottle is old and affordable. Age has given this wine a big dollop of ripe cherry aroma that winds through the wine and comes through on the finish. The wine has lightened up as it's aged and a slight chill would make it even more refreshing. This is a great bottle for lighter meats like a roasted chicken or duck, or you could even pop and drink this on its own.