Here are a few spooky Halloween wines:
The following are the top 10 Halloween wines:
The Velvet Devil Merlot: A Washington State Merlot brought to us by Charles Smith Wines. “Milk Chocolate, wild blackberry, baking spice, rose oil
Ed Hardy Sangria: A Spanish Sangria bursting with the sun drenched flavors of hot Spanish summer.
Black Cat Riesling: Great elegance and finesse which have a pronounced and racy fruitiness, with hints of apple and peach.
Spanish Demon Tempranillo: Soft and delicious, offering a mouthful of crisp black fruit and tons if style.
Bogle Phantom: Bogle releases this wine once a year in the fall. Brighter flavors of blackberries and blueberries glance off the palate. From the shadows, toasty cinnamon and nutmeg emerge, subtly embracing the deeply luscious and succulent fruit to create a full-bodied, ruby rich wine.
Trick or Treat: World Market Exclusive - One is red, one is white. $7.99
Seven Deadly Zins: blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and Petite Verdot from Lodi, this wine is loaded with berry fruit, pepper, spice, and earth characteristics.
Poizen Zinfandel: The nose is fruit driven with fresh plum, bing cherry, spicy peppercorn and zinberry. The mouthfeel is soft with a hint of milk chocolate, sweet oak, and a long vanilla finish.
Rabid Red: A red blend - The lion share of the balance consists of Bordeaux varieties: a stylish, cassis-and-tobacco notes.
Vampire Merlot: Smooth and medium-bodied with black cherry aroma, and hints of herbal spices.