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As always, SavvyTaste.Com has my full description and opinion of this wine: Lewis Perdue's Rating of Dark Horse Wines: Red Blend: : : non vintage: Grape Source Unknown
Call this non-vintage, sorry excuse for wine: "The Plonk Without A Country." Origin Unknown - No Geographic Hints Anywhere on front or back labels.
And calling this "Big Red" makes even less sense.
"BIG?" Bah! If this were an NFL player, it would be the place kicker. This is a thin, wimpy, 97-pound weakling with little fruit and no body at all.
BIG bottle, fancy label ... all hat, no horse.