2014 Mark West Black Pinot Noir Has Your Valentine’s Day Entrée and Dessert Covered

A bottle of 2014 Mark West Black Pinot Noir hailing from California’s Monterey County arrived at our door a few nights ago, getting here in a fashion most serendipitous, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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Wine Review: Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Harvest Spiced Red Blend NV

Aromatics of cherry and raspberry preserves, edged with the sweetness of vanilla and the exotic punch of clove and nutmeg manifest on the palate with a jam-filled roundness well-suited to sipping as is, or to adding mulling spices like cinnamon sticks and orange peel, and serving it by the steaming mugful.

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Wine Review: The Dreaming Tree 2013 Pinot Noir & The Dreaming Tree 2013 Everyday White

Its fragrance redolent with baking spices and red fruit, Dreaming Tree Pinot Noir serves the tongue a jammy, fruit preserve essence that seems as fit for spreading it on toast as for proposing a toast with glasses raised. The Dreaming Tree Everyday White is a fresh-tasting, uncomplicated wine that teems with tropical fruit and distant white flowers.

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