So this is apparently produced for the Flora Springs wine club. They make 330 cases of it. It has a really fun label and I guess the idea is to serve it for Halloween parties. Seems like a pretty specific target audience, but I salute them for having fun with it. They actually have a whole series of Halloween wines. The wine itself is outstanding and I am not sure if it gets some short shrift due to the fun label. Deep ruby in color. The nose has black cherries and spice. On the palate, black cherry fruit. Slight tannins. Some depth. Drinking well now. I suppose the obvious food match is Halloween candy. It would be interesting to know more about the fruit choices and sources, but this wine is drinking well now and should easily last another five to seven years. It may still develop and get a point or two better. That's assuming you don't hand it out to the parents of the trick or treater's.
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