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2011 Three Wine Company Old Vines Field Blend Contra Costa County
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The price earns this a 5th star
04/22/2014
by PetiteSirah542955
I am relatively novice at wines, but a recognized expert at beers. In beer you age out the yeast with time. With wines, you seem to soften the tannins. We found that the secret to loving this wine was a full two hours+to air out to smooth out the tannins and enhance the juiciness of this wine. We didn't love it after an hour of breathing, but we did after two. The fruit was balanced and the purple color was lovely. Give it some air and this wine will shine for you too. I've had better, but for 15 bucks, this is unparalleled.
Another fabulous offering from Three Wine Company
02/28/2014
by PAwinelover
Great all around; fresh and deep on the nose with a nice combo of fruit, herbs and spice. Mouthfeel is rich but not overpowering and the flavor is smooth and refined. Great with grilled dishes (including ribeye steaks) as well as Italian and heartier chicken or pork dishes. I grab Three wines every chance I get and have never been disappointed.
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12/02/2013
by tomconnell
Tremendous depth of flavor. Delicious. Once again, the best bargain of the year.

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