What happens when a great winery has odd lots of this and that, knows it’s all good, but doesn’t really know what to do with it? Blend it together, give it a funny name and charge a fair price. The last part is rather rare, because most California wineries would rather give it an Olde European name, a fancy label and charge the customer over $40 a bottle. Not Belvedere. What we have here is a great, lip-smackingly delicious red wine that doesn’t even try to be pretentious. It just tastes great! Zin fans, Petite Sirah fans, fans of the Red, White and Blue - you need to taste this. It’ll take you back to the days when American wine tasted great and didn’t require a second mortgage. Most of all, it will bring a big, giddy smile to your face.
Jest Red Winery Red Table Wine
Giddy pleasure, leaping grace... this red wine, blended from seven noble grape varietals, was crushed by the syrinic hymn of 69 beautiful women, reaching for the high note in the wee light of dawn one misty October day. The nose is deeply perfumed with wild dewberries, Himalayan breeding musk and horehound candy, while the flavors, so titillating they may only be disclosed in the Ecstatic Singing Mantra, will remain cloaked in silence until the bottle is uncorked. Sip delicately, sing with abandon.