Sokol Blosser Evolution Red 1st Edition
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Thirteen years after 'advancing the entire wine universe a notch or two' with Evolution White, Sokol Blosser introduces its worthy companion... Evolution Red. Evolution Red is a complex, red wine created from an unexpected blend of varietals. We've decided not to give away too much information about what it's made from. Rather than skew your perception, we invite you to try a glass or two yourself and reach your own conclusions. We think you'll love it and we'd love to hear your take. One sip and you'll agree this soft and balanced wine with notes of dark berries and cloves, which finishes in velvet is exceptional among the red blends available today. Evolution Red pairs best with all kinds of meat (smoked, herbed), ribs, lamb, stews, turkey and even some pizzas.
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