My Favorite Cab for under $10
This has become my new favorite Cab, replacing Sterling, which cost a few dollars more. But cost aside, I am very particular with red wine, in that I don't care for an overly sweet nor mouth puckering variety. It has to be smooth, with a nice fruity bouquet along with a woodsy finish, and this one fits the bill perfectly. A good red Cabernet for a very good price. PS: did I mention that I was born French and was raised, literally, on wine? Of course, as a young adult it was mixed with water or Sprite to cut its alcohol content. 8^)
One of my goals in life is to find the best under $10 bottle of red in existance. I may not need to look any longer. I don't know what the "YUCK" reviewer was taking, but they may need to get off the meds and try this one again.
Excellent Jammy Cabernet
Excellent concentration and smoothness for a cab this price. Good if you like a fruitier (this one reminded me of jam) rather than earthy wine. To me body was medium-heavy. Good tannin balance, no alcohol burn, no aftertaste. Their Pinot was good. This was great. $7 is unbelievable. Enjoy.
An extra star for the price
An outstanding wine for the price. This a medium-bodied red, with some complexity, for way less than $10.
Favorite new red
We learned about this in Oxford MD and so many of us just love it for its' full body and flavor. A true winner and unfortunately, sometimes hard to find!
Drinkable, inexpensive, Cab
So I'm not going to stop drinking those great big red cabs I've come to love, but this is simply a fabulous wine for casual drinking and dining. Comes on with an initial cherry taste, and ends very very smooth, no bad aftertastes. This is great red wine for white wine drinkers that would like to try an occasional red. Might not buy a case, but certainly would round out a mixed case with two or three.
Can't beat the price
This is a good solid Cab at a fabulous price.
For nine its just fine
Free range red hits the pallet just right
I like a jug when I get home at night
Great bottle for $6.99!!
Drinks like a $15 bottle of cab.
Quality versus Value
Although still a good value for money, the latest offering just doesn't quite live up to it's past excellent quality standards. Less fruit and body makes this no longer an emphatic stand out in the "value" category but still worth trying.
A Central California Cab that drinks like the best the Valleys have to offer. Rich, full-bodied, jammy. Coats the entire mouth with berry and wood flavors. A real "steal" at this price. Put it in a decanter and your secret will remain safe.
My wife and I thought that this was excellent for the price. We found it very smooth. I would consider it a semi-dry wine. It has a fruity flavor with a hint of sweetness. I would buy a case.
The House Wine
This is our house wine. Our weeknight drinker. We buy it by the case. A nice cabernet. Well balanced and not at all sweet. Can't beat it for the price.
Great House Wine for the Money
by Doc Holliday
Can't beat it for the money. Have ran into a couple of corked bottles.
Valentine Gift - I like
Good smooth drinking. Great nose. Interesting flavors come out after a little breathing.
perfect wine to go with any meat even great with a fine cut of fish
A simple wine for simple palates and simple people
I have nothing against this wine personally. I look upon it with the same type of benevolent detachment that I look upon the impoverished underclass of this city: Poor, uninteresting, lacking ambition and quite pitiable, yes yes? I wouldn't drink it myself, nor would any of my friends or acquaintances but I did once see my butler's assistant indulging in a glass and felt compelled to write a review. Ta!
HRM Rex Goliath Cabernet Sauvignon Free Range Central Coast
For the price $4.99 ... can not be beat.
Too sweet & unbalanced. I try to be less critical on inexpensive wines for value sake, but I had to dump this down the drain.