Carnivor 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon (California)

#66 Top 100 Best Buy 2015
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An extremely deep, dark color is the first thing to notice in this rich, almost thick, wine. It smells like wild blackberries and boysenberries and tastes almost that fruity, while blending in meaty, chocolaty, black peppery flavors that seem to coat the tongue. It is concentrated, bold and stands out from the pack. Jim Gordon

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  • Alcohol
    13.9%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    7/1/2015
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User Reviews
By bjoe8306

- (02-10-2019) - 50

By Michelle Parrish

Thick texture and full-bodied. My everyday go-to.

- (12-10-2016) - 95

By Greg ALlikas

All I had to see was Modesto, CA on the back label. This, and the Apothic wines are E&J Gallo. They are entry level wines designed to introduce newly legal drinkers to wine. In that they provides a service but they hold little appeal for those who appreciate fine wine.

- (05-15-2016) - 50

By Donald ZEPP

Smelled like a flower bouquet. Taste was flowery, unpleasantly so, with underlying unpleasant flavors. I have no idea how this could be highly rated. We couldn't finish this $12 wine selling at $30 at Lone Star.

- (04-04-2016) - 80

By Dale Cooper

I should have listend to Phil DAnners review. This Winde is a joke. Look great, but sureley tasted very bad. Today, i feel sick after drinking two glases!

- (03-19-2016) - 20

By Phil Danner

That rich color is from them loading it with mega purple additive. The last two times I have had Carnivor Wine it made me sick. Done! It is a cheap wine at Binny's and in this case, you get what you pay for.

- (03-10-2016) - 50

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