“Dry Red Wine”

A “dry red wine” (which exact name I do not know) I would certainly not recommend. The year (1994) is very unlikely to be related with the age of the beverage and the “Produce of France” at the bottom is at best connected to the use of French oak barrels…

One Response to ““Dry Red Wine””

  1. Lovely red fruits especially redcurrant aromas. There is a touch of spice on the nose that adds some heat. That’s why I really loved dry red wine.

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