Badger Mountain Pure red (Washington) – from the wine virgin

Badger Mountain Pure Red was one of the better wines of the night, and it was surprisingly a boxed wine.  This wine is from Washington state and is an organic wine. The smell was incredibly bold, spicy, and sweet – all in one. There was also a deep, rich, dark berry scent. Unfortunately, the smell was a lot bolder than the wine tastes. Nevertheless, it still was a delicious wine to taste.

I was told that the dark color of the wine allowed for more texture on the tongue. This wine had more fruit and less tannic acid. But the fruit that was in this wine was definitely a deeper, rich fruit. It was a very delicious wine and even more interesting since it came from a box!


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