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Beast Columbia Valley Wildebeest Red Wine 2010

Sample of the week - Beast Columbia Valley Wildebeest Red Wine 2010

Smooth and juicy with ripe raspberry aromas and flavors with a touch of dried herbs and a bit of a savory note in the fruit-filled finish. Fresh, succulent and delicious! 14% ABV

This red wine comes from the Columbia Valley in Washington state. It is a blend of 77% Syrah, 14% Cabernet Sauvignon and 9% Cabernet Franc. Delicious with hamburgers fresh off the grill.

Highly recommended, approximately $30.

Media Sample.

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