Dense crimson in color, with youthful purple hues, this lively and complex wine expresses ripe cherry, plum, dark chocolate and earth flavors. There’s also a hint of spicy oak from the time spent in a combination of French and American oak. Fresh and intriguing, this red will be a delight to drink with your choice of roasted red meat.
Recipe PairingsCrusty Grilled Skirt Steak with Smoky Eggplant Chutney
Leg Of Lamb
In 1984, British wine writer Jancis Robinson became the first person not employed as a wine broker, winemaker or sommelier to pass the Master of Wine exam. She's also one of the few to pass the rigorous exam on the first try.