Monster Chiller Thriller Wine 2011 – Episode #188

In this video wine review, Mark reviews 3 Halloween themed wines. The 2010 Gato Negro Malbec, the 2006 Spellwine Zinfandel, and the 2009 Ghost Pines Cabernet Sauvignon. In a correction to the video, Gato Negro Malbec is actually from Argentina, not Chile. However, the winery is from Chile. This is not uncommon with South American wineries.

Links for today’s show:

Gato Negro

Spellwine

Ghost Pines

Vinously Speaking – The other wine blogger in San Antonio

Halloween Happy Hour Wine Tasting – Basically it’s today, yo. So you’ll probably need to pay at the door. Not sure if the Eventbrite link will work.

Ghost Block – This wine not reviewed but mentioned.

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One Response to “Monster Chiller Thriller Wine 2011 – Episode #188”

  1. Just in case someone actually stops by here 😉 Finished off the Gato Negro. Still give it an 80 or 81 depending on which score you go with that I used. Trying to finish off the Spellwine. Man, it’s really turned. It’s just waaay too jammy and over the top for me. Loads of raspberry candy like flavors. If it had tasted like this on the show it would have been below an 80. I’m seriously contemplating dumping it down the drain and moving on to the Ghost Pines.

    11/03/2011 at 22:52 Reply

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