10 Devilish Wines For Halloween 
By Jimmy Quaile, Certified Sommelier 
The Phantom 2012
Grapes: Red Blend
Intense, juicy and succulent, this brawny wine screams for a steak or hearty stew.
Palermo 2014
Grapes: Red Blend
Deep aromas of raspberry and ripe cherry with notes of star anise, black tea, Kirsch and blackberry. Ultra smooth!
PoiZin 2015
Grape: Zinfandel
A lush and fruit driven Zin with fresh plum, bing cherry and peppercorn.
The structure is enhanced by the addition of Petite Sirah. This is a serious wine in a fun package.
Spellbound 2015
Grape: Petite Sirah
This under appreciated wine is full-bodied and approachable, offering baked black fruit, cinnamon and silky tannins.
Ghost Pines 2014
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
Sourced from multiple appellations this mouth-filling wine offers aromas of toasty oak and vanilla with flavors of black currant, dark cherry and Asian spice!
The Velvet Devil 2014
Grape: Merlot
Dark fruit, cherry, pipe tobacco and earth. Truth in a name: this devil is wrapped in velvet.
Casillero del Diablo 2016
Grape: Chardonnay
This Chard is expressive with aromas of pineapple and lemon curd. Fresh and clean with a surprisingly long finish.
Apothic Inferno 2015
Grape: Red Blend
This small-batch, limited release wine is aged for 60 days in whiskey barrels! On the palate it offers red and dark fruit combined with layers of maple and spice. A totally unique wine.
Freakshow 2014
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
A store favorite, this kicked-up Cab has loads of sweet blackberry, generous doses of baking spices and dark chocolate.
Jersey Devil 
Grape: Fortified Blend
Paying homage to a local legend, this velvety wine is fortified with brandy and aged in oak for three years. Perfect with a chocolaty dessert or AS dessert!
10 Devilish Wines For Halloween
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