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The Chateau Ste. Michelle Orphelin is a deep, dark purple red and has a thick, velvety appearance when you swirl it in the glass. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Orphelin tastes very fruity and is very approachable for a full-bodied red wine. In fact, it's not nearly as dry as you might imagine and it's not too tannic either.
The flavors of the 2007 Menage a Trois California Rose are composed primarily of red berries and cherries. It's definitely something that should be served well chilled. This wine is vary approachable and very easy drinking - it should make a good wine for picnics, cookouts, and other summer meals. This might be a good wine for people who are accustomed to sweeter wines but are interested in shifting to drier red wines.
The Chateau St. Michelle 2007 Riesling is off-dry, so it isn't quite as sweet as it smells. It's rather fruity up front and has a tart, mineral finish. Overall, the taste experience is crisp and refreshing. As this medium-bodied wine warms up, the pear flavors come out more strongly. On the second day it is less acidic, sweeter, and arguably less balanced.
Because it's marked acidity, the 2007 Catena Alamos Torrontes is a wine that's better to pair with the right food than it is to just sip alone; fortunately, when paired with the right foods it really shines. Light-bodied with a fairly short-to-medium length, the flavors consist primarily of tropic fruits and melon.
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