After a long day, I deserved to sip this lovely cuvée. The Bending Branch website describes this red wine as follows:
This red blend from the Texas Hill Country was aged over 36 months in 20% new American oak, w/the remainder in neutral French & American barrels. The 2014 Estate Cuvée comes on w/a nose of cherry pie & candied violet, and a translucent magenta color that belies its depth. Laser-focused tart red cherry flavors mingle seamlessly with eucalyptus, cassis & subtle white peppercorn.
I could not have described this delightful red any better. You’ve got to try it!