September 14

#WineTime Menage a Trois Midnight Dark Red Blend

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It may still be 90 degrees here in Florida but I'm ready for Fall. I want my big sweaters, fires, and crisp air. Luckily I have an a/c and can pretend it's not
Hot as Hell out there. I wanted to try a wine that reminded me of getting cozy.
This week I decided to try Ménage à Trois – Midnight. It's a dark red blend. I've had the Ménage à Trois red blend before and it was good. Get for book club when you want something lighter but sometimes I want something that has more body to it.  Perfect to curl up on the couch or by the fire with a good read, maybe sometime supernatural or magical.

The bottle says it is handcrafted in small batches. It had 4 grapes – Merlot adds a plush, velvety texture, Cabernet Sauvignon offers elegance and power, Petite Sirah lends inky intensity and Petit Verdot imparts a deep violet color and concentrated fruit. To round out the flavors the wine is aged on French and American oak. It's delicious and I want a case. 😉

bottle_midnightTasting Notes From http://www.menageatroiswines.com/wines/midnight

The time has come to explore your deepest, darkest desires with Ménage à Trois Midnight. A gorgeous garnet color in the glass, this luxurious blend wraps you up in a velvety embrace. Voluptuous blackberry and plush spiced plum flavors seduce your palate, while hints of mocha and exotic spice linger on your lips like a stolen kiss. Silky and smooth with a long, powerful finish, you’ll wish Midnight could last forever.

 

 


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  1. This sounds like a nice wine to try. It is so perfect here right now, it can bring tears of joy, the weather is perfect, the breeze a gentle caress, and I’ve been picking pears and hickory nuts and wild grapes. I’v been in FL this time of year and it is too hot! esp southern FL, although once winter comes I would trade places, I dread the winter, ugh.

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