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“#7 - 2012 Wine.com 100” Wine.com - December 5, 2012
The Wine.com 100 reflects the top wines purchased on its website during the first 11 months of 2012. It is the industry's only list based solely on consumer purchasing data. Now in its sixth year of publication, the list has grown to become a benchmark for illustrating major online wine purchasing trends -- and is now an indicator of what people are actually drinking throughout the year. In the past year, Wine.com customers purchased more than 13,300 different wines across all major regions and varietals.
Examiner.com (National) - November 21, 2012
Under $20 Red Wines For Thanksgiving Dinner Pairs well with: camembert, lamb, bittersweet chocolate
The Orange County Register - November 20, 2012
Recommended Thanksgiving Wine This won a blind tasting of cabernets I attended last year, beating out many more expensive names from Napa and elsewhere. It's under $10 at Hi-Time Wine Cellars in Costa Mesa, surely one of the best cab bargains out there. According to the winery, syrah (15 percent) was added to the blend for sweet fruit character, while a touch of malbec provides bright tannins. The 6 percent merlot contributes structure.
“American Value Red” Wine Spectator - October 15, 2012
Philly.com - August 30, 2012
The huge Columbia Valley occupies south-central Washington, fitting snugly in the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains. Sun-drenched and sheltered, the region is ideal for wine-growing. The conditions work well for many grapes, but Cabernet Sauvignon benefits more than most. High elevation means cool nights and a long growing season. This gives thick-skinned Cabernet grapes a chance to ripen fully and evenly, yielding a soft mouthfeel and juicy blackberry flavors. Try this wine with a sirloin steak or pot roast.