About 150 years ago, the Ohio River Valley was one of the top wine producing spots in the United States. These days, the wine industry is more tourist based, but a decade ago, Kinkead Ridge was producing some excellent reds and 2007 was a great vintage (something that only happens maybe once a decade). This one is drinking just fine right now at age 11. Purple in color, slight ruby at the rim. The nose shows some tobacco, cherries, and slight spice. Slight tannins on the palate. Cherries with some depth and layering. Nice balance. In short, this drinks like a ten year old Brodeaux from a good if not great Chateau. Very impressive for a wine from Ohio.
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