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Jan 5, 2010

Folie a Deux Menage a Trois Red

Zinfandel, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon dance together in this unusual blend. It makes a wonderful red table wine that lends it hand to meat, fish, and foul. At about $12 it is well worth it. Forget that the name is unique and funny. It truly is a "Menage a Trois" with three unlikely bedfellows. Give it a try it is this week's wine pick.

Folie a Deux Menage a Trois Red

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