Sonoita, Arizona

Caduceus Cellars

Nagual del Marzo Red Blend 2014

Drank this aged 9 years. Delicious sweet berry undertones. Very balanced and smooth. — 7 days ago

Dos Cabezas Wineworks

Toscano Sangiovese Blend 2016

Spicy cherry and raspberry. Smoked meats, tar, leather but still with punchy fruit. Not quite at the level of the ‘13 El Campo but still nice. — 3 years ago

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Carlson Creek

Rule of Three Syrah Blend 2015

Arizona GSM, 40/20/40 blend, 14% alc/vol. Purple-red, moderate pigment extraction. Butter floral and red fruit aromas. Cherry, berry, cola and black currant flavors, slight seed bitterness and skin astringency on finish. A solid interpretation, not overly ripe vs other similar wines from the same origin. — 4 years ago

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Los Milics

Hannah's Blend Cimarron Vineyard 2019

Good with food. Smooth with light acidity. "It's got some character" A — 3 years ago

Caduceus Cellars

Anubis Arizona Red Blend 2015

Barnyard funk blows off to eucalyptus, cracked pepper, blackcherry and forest berries. Lifted and floral. Tart cherry and tart cranberry on the palate. Coated with spice box and herbs. Dry and tart to finish. AZ fruit. — 4 years ago

Dos Cabezas Wineworks

Aguileon Cimarron Vineyard Tempranillo Blend 2018

9 on the AZ scale. Ripe dark fruits, thin non drying tannins, medium body. — 9 months ago

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Dos Cabezas Wineworks

Pink Wine Garnacha Rosé Blend

73/13/7/5/2 blend of Garnacha, Syrah, Monastrell, Graciano and Piquepoul Blanc. Pink to red rose petal in color (it’s not just the artwork) light cherry aroma, Good tangerine-cherry-white pepper flavor consistent with two main red varietals here. Not quite bone dry but close. Nice acidity and mineral finish. Muted flavors overall but a fine wine for sipping on a hot day. Paired so well with a Bianco Verde pizza al fresco last week at Pizzeria Bianco that I went out and bought a bottle. — 3 years ago

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Pretty label. 🌹


Proprietary Red Blend 2017

This is now a vintage red table wine, the “non-vintage” and “proprietary” elements in the label are gone. This was the only Arizona wine available at the local Trader Joe’s, so relatively cheap. But how does it rate? Brick red, light to moderate pigment extraction. Cherry and black currant notes in nose. Soft, ripe red fruit flavors, primarily cherry and raspberry, slightly tart finish. Later, strawberry jam and plum flavors emerge. Not bad for a basic red table wine, great value. A good reminder here: You never go wrong drinking local. — 4 years ago

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