Forest Glen, until now an inexpensive wine, goes upscale with its first-ever reserve bottlings. It’s an auspicious launch. This wine is fruity, crisp and well-oaked, and maintains balance and elegance without over-the-top winemaker intervention.
This is a nice, easy-drinking wine. It’s ripe and well-made, from the berry-infused aromas to the soft, round, fruity flavors. Dry, and even sophisticated, you can serve this with fine dinners and save a few bucks. Best Buy.
You get lots of bang for your buck in this modest wine. It’s fully dry, with smooth tannins, a refreshing bite of acidity, and flavorful notes of blackberries and dark chocolate. All that fruit persists through the long finish.
Here’s a pretty little glass of red wine, silky and supple, with a brisk mouthfeel revealing ripe cherry and tobacco flavors with a hint of cocoa. It’s dry, tart in acids and superversatile at the table.