Apothic Red Now Available in Canada

Bursting with intense aromas of rhubarb and black cherry, with hints of mocha and vanilla, Apothic Red is a full-body red blend that has recently been released for the first time in Canada. The Apothic 2010 California Red Blend has syrah, zinfandel, merlot and cabernet sauvignon grapes, all 100% grown, harvested and processed in California. […]

Food + Drink The Wine Files Brian Webb

This article was published on October 14th, 2012

Bursting with intense aromas of rhubarb and black cherry, with hints of mocha and vanilla, Apothic Red is a full-body red blend that has recently been released for the first time in Canada.

The Apothic 2010 California Red Blend has syrah, zinfandel, merlot and cabernet sauvignon grapes, all 100% grown, harvested and processed in California. The result is a velvety modern twist with a smooth old world finish.

After fermentation the release was bottled and allowed to age for two months, prior to being shipped for distribution. The 13% alcohol/vol wine is now available at most BC Liquore Stores for $15.95.

The release is perfect timing, now that the cool, wet fall weather is settling in, and hearty, homemade dinners of roast beef and stew are being prepared, which pair perfectly with this wine.

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