Karen used her Angel funding to bottle an incredibly special Zin. Her first-ever Reserve bottle hails from sustainably-grown vineyards that produce amazingly concentrated, inky fruit with tons of structure.
Ripe with rich stewed fruits (we're thinking saucy cranberries...) and layered with a bit of sweet spices (like nutmeg and cinnamon), this luscious red will be oh-so-fine with your equally spiced and saucy BBQ ribs.
Lavishing this fruit with tender love and care, Karen's sumptuous, high-end wine is one that you can afford to open any day of the week... though sharing just as liberally may prove difficult.
All these wines were made exclusively for, and thanks to, Naked Angels. It means you probably won't recognize the labels.
So how do you know which wines to try and which to avoid?
1. Look for the green tick
If we know enough about your tastes we'll put a green tick on wines you'll love, and a red cross on those to avoid. Easy peasy.
2. Trust the crowd, not a stuffy wine critic
See how many people rated the wine positively after they tried it.
3. Be a pro, use the filters
After a big red from Napa with a 90% rating that costs between $10 and $20? Use the filters to narrow your search. Smarty pants.