Saddlehorn sources superior fruit from three of the oldest and highest rated vineyards in the region. The result is a lushly textured, fruit-earth-spice beauty. The 2009 Pinot Noir is truly a benchmark wine and hugely enjoyable testament to the art of blending. Plum, cherry and violet aromas are joined by flavors of ripe black fruit, spice and a hint of minerality. Just right with lean roast beef, grilled or roasted duck, lamb, or pork loin.
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Question by sweety: do you like wine?
because the wine i have tasted is really bitter are they all like that?
Answer by Sam
No… I LOVE wine
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How many carbohydrates in red house wine
Answer by Mathias
Wines vary substantially depending on their alcoholic content and whether they have residual sugar, but a 5-ounce glass of dry white table wine may have 1.0 to 1.25 grams of carbohydrates, while a similar portion of red may go up to 2.5 grams, and sweet wines with their high sugar content will have substantially more, up to the range of 10 grams in a 3-ounce serving of a strong dessert wine like Port.
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