Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Chile Sings the Syrah Serenade


$11.89, 90 points was hard to beat for a Quality/Price/Ratio (QPR) red wine; with a most unusual and pleasant aroma of hidden blackberries with gentle airs of candy-cane.
Typically dark dense purple colors, but the flavors were vibrantly fruit-forward carried boldly on a medium body and with hints of bacon and cigar.

I liked this wine, but it didn't breath as well as the other Syrah-Shiraz wines I've tasted in this latest group, but was undoubtedly a great value and will stand alone or pair well with beefy and spicy cuisine as it complements its own spiciness.


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