2006 Tamarack Cellars "Firehouse Red" Columbia Valley Red Wine

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91 points Wine & Spirits Magazine: "Always a juicy, jammy, generous wine, this year's Firehouse has an extra dollop of smoky oak to go with its ripe black cherry and plum flavors. Its fruity, youthful richness should firm up with a little time in the bottle, but for now it would serve grilled lamb chops well." From Wine Enthusaist: "One of the most popular mutt reds, this no-holds-barred blend offers plenty of ripe fruit, nice chocolaty tannins, and it’s a full, forward, well-balanced wine that has some genuine muscle behind it. There are notes of licorice and iron, hints of smoke and earth, all well integrated and complete." (8/1/2008)

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