Camaraderie Cellars Wine Reviews
I drank these 2 wines and tasted apple, black cherry, bright, pear. The wines are aged, food friendly, small production and came from The Pacific Northwest Series of The California Wine Club.
Wine reviews by: Jessyca Frederick |
I enjoyed this Cabernet Sauvignon, which I often don’t. A blend of Cab Sauv from multiple Washington AVAs and 15% Merlot to soften the edges even further.
Tasting notes: black cherry
This is an example of a wine that wasn’t especially distinctive, but was exactly as advertised, “Fresh, bright acidity matches aromatics of apple and pear.” Food-friendly, indeed.
Tasting notes: apple, pear, bright
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