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Nov 24, 2008 07:54 PM

Has anyone tried...?

Stag's Leap "RED" blend? I have found the website before but can't seem to find a link today. A friend raved about it but I haven't found it in stores and am wondering if it is worth the trouble of finding it.

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  1. Please specify if you are referring to Stag's Leap Winery, or Stag's Leap Wine Cellars? Both of them make quite a few reds. Winery makes a host of wines, the most unique of which is a petite sirah, IMO. Wine Cellars makes mostly cabernets.

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    1. re: mengathon

      Not sure. I was able to find the website before but I cannot find it via google.

        1. re: maria lorraine

          I checked there... it has a separate site. I can't find it. Probably because it is named "RED" and when you google that, well, every red wine comes up.

          1. re: Chefsquire

            Perhaps it is a wine from the Stag's Leap DISTRICT?

            If you can obtain a little more info, we can chase it the restaurant, check your web history,

            Chimney Rock and Quixote -- wineries in the SLD -- both make a red blend wine called Red.
            And the very famous Cask 23 from Stags' Leap Wine Cellars is marked Proprietary Red.


            1. re: maria lorraine

              Maria - that is what I was thinking, but from the way my friend described it I interpreted it to be from SLW or SLWC. No big deal, I will ask him when he is returns from vacation.