Cashmere Black Magic – 2014

 In $15-$30, Red Blend
4.3
Gothic Score

Time for another bewitched trip in to the dark alcoholism… My quest continues with this unassuming red blend from the Cline Vineyard in California. It’s time for a little BLACK MAGIC from their Cashmere collection.   

Clearly I love the name and that’s why I bought it. This will actually be the first wine on the repository over $15… so classy I’ve become in my journey. I was quite surprised that I haven’t come across this Gothic wine yet, but I typically shop on the lower shelves so maybe not so surprising after all.

This is a very nice and spicy wine. It drinks extremely dark and dry with flavors ranging from deep plumb to even a bit of cranberry- which is odd but nicely done here.  It lives up to it’s name and I find it to be a very seductive and spellbinding red blend.

Besides just the name this is actually a fairly Gothic wine, and easy enough to drink. I would buy this again and recommend rounding up your witch cohorts for quite a few more bottles of this dark and deep find. *Look on the upper shelves of your local grocery store. Dreary and drunken – Wino

 

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Cashmere Black Magic – 2014
Gothiness5.6
Drinkability7.1
Packaging1.4
Value3.1
Your Rating2 Votes2.9
4.3
Gothic Score
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