Variety: Petite Sirah; Zinfandel; Mourvedre; CarignaneRegion: CaliforniaCost: $15 (SRP) Winemaker’s Notes: Cashmere Black is a full-bodied, complex red wine with blueberry, plum, and violet aromas followed by juicy cherry, […]
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A bigger, bolder blend, the 2015 Cashmere Black Magic takes the Red Blend and adds some Petite Sirah. Does that make it better?
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