Quintessential Reds - Do Not Use 2006
The quintessential variety from six of the most famous winegrowing regions of the world are presented in this collection. For the red wine adventurer in search of bold flavors, taste these wines against each other to see how they compare. Each bottle has been chosen to represent the best example of the type of wine made in that particular country or appellation.
Napa Valley: Beaulieu Vineyards Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
A Napa Valley superstar! Medium full-bodied, with lush berry, anise and jam flavors, balanced by sweet lush fruit and supple tannins.
Tuscany: Rocca delle Macie Chianti Classico
Rocca delle Macìe has forged a reputation as one of Tuscany's most highly regarded estates. This Chianti has a fruity aroma, with hints of a light spicyness, and it is savory and full bodied on the palate.
Bordeaux: Chateau Bertin
This is a wonderful entry level Bordeaux. It exhibits intense aromas of red fruits along with toasty oak flavors, and shows excellent structure and balance.
Argentina: Valentin Bianchi Malbec
This wine is the perfect expression of the highly-praised Malbec grape. It has a luscious, intense fruit aroma, which is mimicked by the flavors, and a massive, yet soft and silky, mouthfeel.
Spain: Marques de Riscal Rioja Reserva
The Reserva wines of Riscal spend approximately two years in American oak barrels, forming a wine which adheres to the principles of classic Rioja wines. It exhibits an oaky vanilla aroma, and a warm, toasty finish.
Australia: Yalumba Barossa Shiraz
Yalumba is a vital part of the Barossa, making wines that reflect the best of the region. A splash of Viognier adds a sweet floral lift on the nose and supports the Shiraz flavors of plums, dark cherries and spice.
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