The Seeker Wines is a new line of carefully curated wines created for those who love to seek adventure. The wines are sourced from iconic regions around the globe, and crafted to be authentic, easy-drinking and affordable.
The Seeker line was created by a family company that called on its 65 years of experience to source from the best family owned wineries in the world at an affordable price.
Last week, I opened the three red varietals with meals of grilled burgers with the Cabernet, pork roast with the Malbec and pizza with the Pinot Noir. Pairings went well and all three were finished later in the evening with cheese and crackers.
I found the 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile, a little heavy on chocolate and spice. The tasting notes suggested ripe black and blue berries and if present they were overwhelmed by the spices and aromas from the five months in oak. I would have liked to keep this bottle for a few years. It should improve well with a little aging and is a decent wine at a good value($15)
All three of The Seeker red wines are great values at $15. They are ready to drink now, but would keep the Cabernet for a few years. Nice wines, nice price. Recommended.
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