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August 5, 2019

BBQ Reds & Camping Wines

Filed under: deVine's Daily Blog Article — Dirk @ 3:36 pm

Author: Dirk Chan

For those who enjoy a good bbq in the backyard or enjoy grilling meats outdoors, you would want a pretty big juicy, fruit-forward red with enough ripeness and concentration to stand up to the sweetish barbecue sauces and exotic rubs – we have a few suitable candidates for you:

2017 Casa Santos Lima Valcatrina Tinto (Alentejano, Portugal)- $19.99

2016 Peter Lehmann The Barossan Shiraz (Barossa Valley, Australia) – $24.99

2016 Ironstone Petite Sirah (California, United States) – $22.99

2016 Hess Family Amalaya Malbec Gran Corte (Salta, Argentina) – $31.99

2016 Michael and David Phillips Earthquake Zinfandel (California – Lodi, United States) – $36.99

For those who go camping, we have a new Wine in a Box, and some wine in a can for your consideration as well:

2017 Alain Jaume & Fils Bag in Box Grand Veneur Reserve Cotes-du-Rhone (Rhone Valley, France) – $69.99

Cascadian Outfitters Chardonnay (Washington, United States) – $11.49

Cascadian Outfitters Rose (Washington, United States) – $11.49

Cascadian Outfitters Red Blend (Washington, United States) – $11.49

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