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heehaw
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Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


Does anyone know if these wines are dry?

Tried googling, but couldnt find an answer. TIA







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OTIS2
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re: Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


Hang on. I'm sure a resident sommelier will show up soon to solve this puzzle.





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Tiger Attorney
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re: Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


Very comparable to a bottle of opus one properly stored for 5-7 years...





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Lambdatiger1989
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re: Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


The Carlo Rossi Paisano with the 2010 vintage in the half gallon is preferable to their burgundy. It must be decanted for at least an hour before serving and as most know, served chilled to at least 45 degrees. enjoy. But really, wine is as only good as it tastes to you. Both the red and the burgundy are fairly dry. The Paisano is fruity. These are best served after several good bottles of wine once everyone's palate has been tainted. Kind of like serving the good beer before you pull out the natty light


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offshoreangler
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re: Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


Carlo Rossi? Doesn't that come by the gallon? You fancy mother fricker you.





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heehaw
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re: Carlo Rossi Sweet Red and Burgundy / Livingston Red Rose wines


When I buy wine I get the most I can for my dollar. I dont just sip on it.





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