Frick 2004 Cinsault (Dry Creek Valley)

Cinsault is a minor French variety, grown in the Rhône and the southwest of France. It typically produces a ripe, full-bodied red wine, as it has here, brimming with dry cherry and blackberry flavors and a rich, pastry taste suggesting chocolate coconut cream pie. Very nice, but drink now.

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  • Alcohol
    14.7%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    5/1/2007
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