This full-bodied wine packs a lot of punch in terms of mouthfeel and flavor. The color is extremely dark, and the flavors resemble dark chocolate, black cherries and baking spices. It is dry in style, with lip-smacking, nicely astringent tannins that counterbalance all that richness. (JG)
The best red is the 2013 Proprietary Red Eruption, another intriguing blend of Malbec, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Mourvèdre. The good news is there are 23,000 cases of this excellent value, which exhibits dark berry fruit along with some plums, Asian spice, and touches of licorice, earth and meat. It is rich, chewy and medium-bodied, with terrific fruit intensity. Drink it over the next several years. This is another winery turning out attractive wines. (RP)
Brassfield's 2013 Eruption offers pretty much what the label suggests, voluptuous, super-ripe dark fruit and tons of intensity. Racy, powerful and opulent, the 2013 is a tasty, budget-friendly wine to drink now and over the next 2-3 years. (AG)
High-elevation sunlight pushed the fruit-Malbec, Syrah, Mourvedre and Petite Sirah-into exuberant purple juiciness, yet mountain tannins pull those flavors back toward a stony center, making room for peppercorn spice at the end. This is a well-priced red suited to just about any grilled meat.
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