Red Blend

Wine blends offer more complexity that single varietal wines. In fact, some of the world's greatest wines are made from a blend of grapes rather than a single varietal. By blending varietals, winemakers can change a wine's qualities. At its most basic, vintners blend wine made from different grapes in order to add more complexity to the flavor and texture of a wine. The goal of blending wine made in different vintages is more to balance out the flavor characteristics.
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  • EPISODE Red Blend 2005

    Napa Valley, California

    A Bordeaux style blend made with select Napa fruit, EPISODE's 2005 vintage has aromas of black fruits, leather and clove. Silky tannins with flavors of berries and clove. Fruit forward but reserved and firm. This one has the potential to be a signature vintage of Napa Valley. Enjoy now or cellar for up to 25 years.

    • Nederburg Heritage Heroes The Brew Master 2014

      Western Cape, South Africa

      The Brew Master commemorates Johann Graue, a brew master in his native Germany, who adapted his experience to pioneer viticulture and winemaking in South Africa. Full-bodied, classic and complex with juicy dark-fruit flavors, savory notes and powerful soft ripe tannins.

      • Marius Rouge 2015

        Grenache / Syrah

        Marius Rouge is a wine that combines power, complexity and elegance. The Syrah endows it with warmth, robustness and a lovely blue-red hue. The Grenache brings a natural sweetness, balancing the whole.

        • M. Chapoutier Cotes-du-Rhone "Belleruche" Rouge 2015

          Cote-du-Rhone, France

          A great value blend of Grenache and Syrah from the celebrated Cotes-du-Rhone region. Flavors of dark red fruit with pepper notes. Well-structured with sustained tannins.

          • Rust en Vrede Estate Red Blend 2013

            Stellenbosch, South Africa

            This wine has been named to Wine Spectator’s “Top 100” for four years in succession. Well balanced and structured, Estate expresses the uniqueness of the Stellenbosch terroir.

            • Ernie Els Big Easy Red 2016

              Stellenbosch, South Africa

              Big Easy epitomizes and reflects Ernie’s manner; big in stature, gentle in character. A full-bodied, yet accessible Mediterranean-style blend that is created around the bold structure of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.

              • Alta Mora Etna Rosso 2015

                Etna DOC, Italy

                The Etna Rosso is 100% Nerello Mascalese, which is the predominant red grape of Mt. Etna. Many wine enthusiasts compare this wine to a Nebbiolo or Pinot Noir. Ruby red in color with spicy pepper aromas with black currant and hints of mountain herbs. Vibrant and velvety with soft tannins.

                • Conde Valdemar Crianza 2012

                  Rioja, Spain

                  With a unique blend of Tempranillo and Mazuelo, this wine is one of the most popular and highly appreciated in the portfolio. A versatile style of wine, nice to drink on its own and pairs well with a variety of foods, with a perfect balance between fruitiness and oak aging.

                  • Conde Valdemar Reserva 2010

                    Rioja, Spain

                    The Reserva is the flagship wine of Conde Valdemar and exhibits the winery’s benchmark style: fruitier and fresher than other Rioja wines. Nicely aged and balanced, this wine showcases the utmost quality and is an excellent value for a wine aged for 6-7 years. 

                    • Rutherford Hill Barrel Select Red Blend 2015

                      Napa Valley, California

                      Napa Valley. A rich and luxurious blend of Bordeaux varietals from Rutherford Hill's distinctive vineyard across the Napa Valley, full of dark berry flavors and silky tannins. Luxurious structure and multi-layered aromatics showcase the depth, range and elegance of the vineyards from which this exceptional fruit is sourced.

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