New Hampshire Wine-man (Exploring the world of wine in the tiny State of New Hampshire)
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has an opaque core, tapering to black currant with violet flashes
and is transparent at the rim.
Black currant aroma is dominant, but there are hints of
Smoothly, the medium-plus body balances good acidity and
moderate tannin in this dry red wine.
A plethora of black fruits borderlines territory reserved
for "fruit-bombs", but rather gracefully skirts near to elegance. The
finish is warm (14.4% alcohol), mildly spicy, and with a hint of mint. Index-of-reviewed-wines Copyright 2010-2013 Dennis Tsiorbas. All
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