Four Brix Winery 2013 Paso Robles Meritage described by the Winemaker

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Karen and Gary Stewart of Four Brix Winery describe this Bordeaux-style red blend. This wine is made to pay tribute to the Right Bank of Bordeaux. Inky violet in color, it entices with aromas of rich berry and cherry notes, espresso and a little smoke. Flavors of cherry and raspberry with hints of espresso and licorice are wrapped in solid tannins. Terrific with grilled pork tenderloin or baby back ribs. We are featuring this wine as a Premier Series Special Edition. Learn more about Four Brix Winery in Ventura: https://fourbrixwine.com/

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