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The flavors of the 2009 Cline Cashmere are primarily cherry, red berries, and tart red fruits. This is a full-bodied dry red wine blend with soft tannins, marked acidity, and an extended length. It would probably work with most gilled red meats and certain types of fish, like salmon. On the whole, though, we were disappointed with the 2009 Cline Cashmere. We wanted and expected to enjoy it, but it just didn't do anything for us.
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.
There are nice, positive aromas coming from the Red Bicyclette, mostly red fruits and berries. Strawberry is the most identifiable scent, though it's not the only one. As with the aromas, there are nice fruity and berry flavors here. The Red Bicyclette is soft, a little crisp at the end and dry, and overall very easy on the palate.
Parallèle 45 is a fairly dry wine with a medium body and rounded tannins. The Grenache grapes provides fruit flavors up front while the Syrah creates a peppery edge to finish. The dry fruitiness makes it seem almost tart in comparison to other dry red wines, but it may be too dry for some people's tastes.
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