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The Mumm Napa Brut Prestige reveals how good the results of blending wines can be, especially when they are being blended for a sparkling wine like this. This sparkling wine is both fruity and spicy, a little sweet without being overly sweet, and pairs well with a number of different dishes. Mumm Napa Brut Prestige is definitely worthy trying if you're willing to buy a moderately priced sparkling wine.
The aromas of the Cline Rosé are dominated by tart strawberry and a hint of cream. The flavors of this Mourvèdre Rosé are primarily light fruit. It's medium-sweet with soft tannins, marked acidity, and an acceptable length.
This light-bodied rosé starts rather flat, but quickly becomes crisp with ripe fruit and a clean - and somewhat extended, acidic - finish. It would be best to keep this wine cold while drinking it because the alcohol becomes much more prominent as the wine warms up.
The Chandon Blanc de Noirs is fairly dry, has moderate flavor intensity, and a lively acidity that allows you to pair if with a wide variety of foods. The smooth, clean finish also helps make this a versatile sparkling wine. The primary flavors in Chandon Blanc de Noirs are cherry, strawberry, and currant.
This medium-bodied rose is dry with a nicely crisp acidity. The flavors are primarily red fruit and cherry again, though some find they can detect strawberries and watermelon as well. The finish of the A to Z Rose is very smooth and not at all astringent. Especially with its screw cap, the A to Z Rose should make a very good wine for outdoor dining, whether picnics or backyard barbecues.
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