Great value, very drinkable smooth pinot. Not incredibly complex but very tasty with a meal or alone.
Smooth all through the finish, not alot going on with this wine but good for the price point.
Grape juice with ethanol, not wine
A friend who knows nothing about wine brought this over for dinner. Terrible. This "wine" should not sell for $8. It's so ordinary that it's only one step above what winos drink. My lips will never touch this again.
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