Varietal:Â Â Blended Red Table Wine – Chambourcin (55%), Cabernet Franc (15%), Pinot Noir (15%), DeChaunac (15%)
Region:Â Â Virginia – USA
Cost:Â Â $10
Tart, slightly fruit forward on the front end, with a peppery finish. Â A lot of alochol on the nose (though only 13% by volume). Â Very much in the style of an Italian red.
Recommendation:Â Â I really like this wine, and it’s perfect as a red table wine. Â There’s nothing fancy or elaborate about it, but it’s great with pasta or pizza given the dry, peppery finish to it. Â This wine is great for those looking for a red table wine that they can also cook with when making red sauces, and for the price you can afford to cook with it without feeling guilty about it. Â Perfect for those looking for a good red table wine to enjoy with a meal, but you might want to avoid this wine if you’re looking for something to enjoy by itself.
couldn't be too good if it has 55% Chambourcin. The grape sucks