Here are some wines that will fit in well with any Halloween party. They include Truett Hurst’s “Bewitched” which comes in a nicely designed paper wrapped bottle. You can find it at some Safeway stores or from their tasting room in Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg. Louis M. Martini’s “Ghost Pines” has Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot varietals and sells for Around $17. Bogle offers “Phantom” which sells for about $18. There’s Charles Smith’s “The Velvet Devil” Merlot, priced at about $11. The most unique is Concha y Toro’s “Casillero Del Diablo” (Cellar of the Devil). It offers a great list of varietals from Chile, yet sells as low as $11. Seven Deadly Zins is the easiest to find but not very special as it’s available anywhere wine is sold.
You’ll be the hit of the Halloween party with one of these in your hand.