How are the Wines Picked?

Tasting Panels made up of Mens Health Editors and readers have the hard job of tasting lots of wine. It’s a blind tasting where they know the varietal but not the winery or price point. They say yes or no. You only get the overwhelming “YES” votes!

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9 Products
  • The Federalist Dueling Pistols 2011

    Dry Creek Valley, California

    Dry Creek Valley. The Federalist Dueling Pistols, a lively blend of Zinfandel and Syrah. Aromas of dark fruits of blackberry and black cherry with black pepper and spice round out the subtle tannins of this red blend.

    • Sanford Chardonnay - Sta. Rita Hills 2011

      Sta. Rita Hills, California

      Sta. Rita Hills. This hand-harvested, barrel fermented Chardonnay is rich and full-bodied with notes of lemon peel, apricot, and toasted hazelnuts and a very pleasing minerality. A Bronze Medal Winner in the San Francisco Chronicle's 2014 Wine Competition and a wonderful complement to seafood, poultry and especially mushroom dishes.

      • Tangley Oaks Merlot 2011

        Napa Valley, California

        Lot #12. This Napa Valley Lot #12 Merlot is well balanced, showing its terroir as the aromas and flavor profile unfold. Red cherry and plum show through, accented by mocha and slight herbal notes with a finish that lingers.

        • Markham Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

          Napa Valley, California

          Markham's Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard provide near perfect growing conditions for this Cabernet. The dark chocolate and berry jam are punctuated with graham cracker toast and hints of menthol will flesh out in the glass.

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