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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Cameron Hughes Lot 339 California Field Blend 2010 - Every Day

The Reverse Wine Snob: Cameron Hughes Lot 339 California Field Blend 2010 - Every Day
Say hello to your new house wine.

75% Syrah, 14% Mourvedre, 6% Petite Sirah and 5% Grenache from California.

SRP of $16 and purchased for $11. 4,450 cases produced. Available at Costco.

From the bottle:
"Cameron Hughes is an international négociant, sourcing and producing small lots of high quality wine from the world's best regions. Cameron offers a diverse range of wines uniquely represented by the Lot number on this label.

Lot 339 is fresh with delineated black fruits, pepper, cherries and red plum notes. Integrated tannins frame a chewy finish meshed with exotic spice notes.

14.4% Alcohol"
The 2010 Cameron Hughes Lot 339 California Field Blend begins with pleasant aromas of blackberry, plum, pepper and a little sweet spice. Tasting reveals a simple but very tasty blend featuring dark fruit, oaky spice and a little cola. Medium-bodied with an excellent smooth dry texture, this makes for a great everyday wine. It ends dry with chewy tannins and good length. Say hello to your new house wine.

See a listing of local retailers selling this wine here.

Taste Rating: 7              Cost Rating: 7
Overall Rating: 7.0




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