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Deep, rich wine, nice finish. Worth the discounted $28, probably not $45+.
The wine is bolder that most Marlot/Cab. blends, but it is a nice wine.
Everything a $200 bottle of wine should be, and more. Deep, rich, elegant taste, with a long smooth finish.
A soft, smooth, but full-bodied wine. And, an incredible value that feels far more expensive.
Excellent Sangiovese blend, phenomenal value, worth at least 2 or 3 times its $19 price tag. Very nice spicy, dry-fruit aroma with a long, slow, oakey finish. Would not give it a 94 today (a solid 90), but maybe after several more years in the bottle.
If you enjoy Bordeaux blends, you will be hard-pressed to find a better vintage, even at 3 or 4 times the price. The Ruah is incredibly smooth and will work well on virtually any occasion.
I am very surprised this wine received two ratings in the 90s. Even at its cheap price tag, I would not buy this wine again. It tastes like a cheap bottle of white wine.
The wine provides an excellent flavor balance, with the light earthy overtones of a true Chianti. Very soft and smooth drinking wine, which would work for any occasion, especially with its small price tag.
Very refreshing wine, perfect for hot summer days. Smooth, clean taste with an easy finish. This wine is well-worth its inexpensive price tag.