Wine Picks

11.1.16

Wine Picks

Leese-Fitch Firehouse Red Wine 2014 ($12). Can the price of this wine be right? Those of who looking for a bargain – and who isn't? – will be thrilled by the fruit-forward profile, rich texture and healthy tannins. It is a motley blend of petite sirah (33 percent), syrah, merlot, zinfandel, barbera, mourvedre and tempranillo. It's fruity enough to serve as an aperitif, but would easily do well with grilled chicken or sausage, tomato-based pasta and hamburgers. Leese-Fitch is on fire with its lineup of inexpensive wines, often found in restaurants.

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