Plenty of value here for under $10. First, the label tells you this has a vanilla and butterscotch oak profile with apple and pear fruit notes. Both of those are pretty spot on. The wine is deep golden in color. The nose is red apples, with vanilla and slight butterscotch. On the palate, this is simple and to the point. Plenty of oaky notes; vanilla and some butterscotch with a bit of apples. This is made for easy drinking and at that price, just fine for casual drinking or at a party.
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