New Hampshire Wine-man (Exploring the world of wine in the tiny State of New Hampshire)
Did you know that Granite is a wine descriptor?
Ever wonder why these are called the White Mountains?
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Notes of earth, glycerol with subtle hints of tobacco and dried-ground coriander make-up the aroma.
Medium bodied wine (100% Tinto Fino/Tempranillo) with bright acidity, mild-plus tannin, juicy to almost jam-like black fruit and licorice, with hints of tobacco and tabasco pepper, especially on the fair-plus finish, complete the structure, texture, and flavor profile of a 'nice' dry red wine.