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Share Tweet. Write a customer review. How about if it were filled with chocolate and dark berries? Los Angeles-based wine guru Lou Amdur described it best in a recent conversation. It smells like a light red wine, but it looks like a dark white wine.
And don't we all just want to do the same?
Actually, that can be true — usually this term describes a characteristic of a dry white wine such as a Chablis — but you can't put a flinty wine up against one with a cigar box aroma and expect to make it smoky as a result. Wines that may be said to have a nose of tar are rather dark — Malbec and Nebbiolo, for instance, which can stain your clothing about as badly as tar will. But many of the most revered red wines in the world have leather in their aroma and flavor profiles.