Hot to Trot Columbia Valley  Red Blend 201214 Hands Winery Hot to Trot Columbia Valley Red Blend 2012
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14 Hands Winery Hot to Trot Columbia Valley Red Blend 2012

Ratings on Delectable

Leah OReilly

A great go-to for any type of occasion

A great go-to for any type of occasion

8.8

Renato Hoyle Delectable Pro

Value wine for stews.

Value wine for stews.

8.6

Blake Nawa'a

For the price? Yes.

For the price? Yes.

8.9

Adam Shepard

Smooth blend, berry nose, slight woody finish.

Smooth blend, berry nose, slight woody finish.

8.6

Jessica Tevaseu

Nice blend not as sweet as some of the others. Like the horse cover on the bottle.

Nice blend not as sweet as some of the others. Like the horse cover on the bottle.

9.1

RJ JANSSENS

Despite seeing this wine on a few "great wines under $20" lists my impression was a undistinguished red blend, a fruit bomb that does not taste of any particular varietal. This wine tends to get good ratings but I could not find anything to really promote. I can see it as a good red to serve at a large party as it may appeal to a broad audience but not something I would pour for myself and close friends. Vintage 2012. $12

Despite seeing this wine on a few "great wines under $20" lists my impression was a undistinguished red blend, a fruit bomb that does not taste of any particular varietal. This wine tends to get good ratings but I could not find anything to really promote. I can see it as a good red to serve at a large party as it may appeal to a broad audience but not something I would pour for myself and close friends. Vintage 2012. $12

7.6

Caitlin Farrell

Good

Good

9.7

Eric Hwang Delectable Pro

Left over from the BBQ, and that's probably where it's best served—to a group with a wide variety of tastes. However, it was opened early during the BBQ, and half the bottle was still there at the end of the night. Not surprising with all the better wines that were open. It's a fat, mellow, quaffable fruit bomb, but at least it's cheap.

Left over from the BBQ, and that's probably where it's best served—to a group with a wide variety of tastes. However, it was opened early during the BBQ, and half the bottle was still there at the end of the night. Not surprising with all the better wines that were open. It's a fat, mellow, quaffable fruit bomb, but at least it's cheap.

8.1

Ben Franco Delectable Pro

Owner Winedown cafe & wine bar

Lots of vanilla and Carmel

Lots of vanilla and Carmel

8.2

Sue Mohle Delectable Pro

Been there! Great wine

Been there! Great wine

9.0

Location

  • 803 Sibley Memorial Hwy
    Lilydale, MN 55118

  • Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm