Wine: Apothic Red (red)

July 24, 2015 Blend, red wines, sweet wines, wine, Wine Reviews 0

Wine: Apothic Red (red)
Inspired by the “Apotheca,” a mysterious place where wine was blended and stored in 13th century Europe, Apothic Red offers a truly unique wine experience.

A masterful blend of rich Zinfandel, smooth Merlot, flavorful Syrah and bold Cabernet Sauvignon creates layers of dark red fruit complemented by hints of vanilla and mocha.

I’ve seen Apothic Red at my local wine store for quite some time before I decided to try it. There’s no real reason why I picked it up other than a) a new wine to try and b) it had become a familiar label (visually).

The Apothic Red had a pretty light scent to me – I could smell fruit (berries) and maybe oak or chocolate – and slightly tart. The taste was rather sweet but full – it is also pretty smooth with no tart aftertaste. I could taste berries (fruit) and vanilla.

I enjoyed this red but – as per usual – hubby wasn’t a fan. I’m not sure how we are going to mesh our wine tastes.*sad face* I do wonder if he disliked this one more than usual because its a blend with Zinfandel? I’ve always had bad reactions to Zinfandels…

I did not pair this wine with any foods. I would be willing to purchase Apothic Red again but not right away as hubby didn’t enjoy it very much.

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