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Rhiannon 2010 Red Wine 2010

Rhiannon 2010 Red Wine 2010

Napa Valley, United States



Community Score: 4.6/5
Community Reviews: 1
 
Alcohol: 13%
 

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Darlene Myers CAPS Sommelier rated this wine as 92/100 with the following review:

I think this is one of my favorites, and definitely spectacular value for the money. Rhiannon is a Celtic Goddess who's name means 'Divine' and that is the perfect way to describe this wine - Divine. The fruit flavours of cherries and berry explode in your mouth. Low acidity and medium tannins make for one smooth wine. The length is fantastic and stays with you for a spectacular finish. I can't wait to have this wine again.
 

  


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