Long Gamma Wines

2009 Red Blend

Red Blend

California: Sonoma County

Offer Expired:Feb 22, 2013 at 11:59 pm
$18.00
Avg. Price

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If you love juicy, fruit-driven, bold and delicious wines that won’t break the bank, we wholeheartedly recommend today’s fantastic 2009 Long Gamma Red Blend.

As fans of juicy red blends, we were very excited to discover today’s wine. A really fantastic value, this lovely wine delivers a drinking experience that well exceeded our expectations for a relatively low-priced wine.

Oak and tannin are beautifully integrated with the dark fruit and spice characteristics. This wine is balanced and juicy, with enough acidity to make it an easy food companion for most rich foods.

We recommend that you pair this wonderful and very flavorful wine with your favorite loaded burger recipe.

Tasting Profile

Look:

Soulful and deep, with dark purple hues. At the edges, lively magenta catches the light. Ultra skinny legs streak down the glass wall.

Smell:

Ripe black fruit, smoked meat and black pepper take the lead, with dense blueberry and stewed black plum, black cherry and blackberry bramble following behind. Smokey and softly herbal aromas of rosemary and marjoram appear after the wine has had a chance to breathe.

Taste:

Juicy and lush with a bold acidity and plush up-front tannins that all work together to drive jammy fruit and a lovely earthiness all around the palate. Primary flavors of dried plum, blueberry, ripe pomegranate, acaí, dried mission fig, holiday spice and toasty oak make this wine a treat on the palate.

Finish:

An extra-long, full-flavored finish that lingers for a very long time. The wine ultimately finishes plush and soft with supple leather and a hint of brown spice.

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Offer Expired:Feb 22, 2013 at 11:59 pm
$18.00
Avg. Price
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