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You’ve shopped for costumes, bought candy for the trick or treaters, and decorated the house with just the right level of gore. We daresay you’ve earned a treat of your own! How about a glass (or two) of one of these slightly spooky wines?

Consider uncorking one of these wines as you get into Halloween groove.

2013 Charles Smith the Velvet Devil Merlot ($12) – Columbia Valley, Washington

2011 Bogle Phantom ($14) – Yolo County, California

2012 7 Deadly Zins ($15) – Central Valley, California

2013 Vampire Pinot Noir ($15) – California

2010 Dead Arm Shiraz ($60) – McLaren Vale, South Australia

Ash Hollow Legends Headless Red NV ($18) – Walla Walla Valley, Washington

2012 Owen Roe Sinister Hand ($22) – Columbia Valley, Washington

2012 Twisted Oaks River of Skulls ($39) – Calaveras County, California

2012 Moselland Black Cat Riesling ($11) – Mosel, Germany

2012 Ghost Pines Winemaker’s Red Blend ($20) – California

And here are a few New Jersey wine shops where you’ll find them:

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