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Syrah or Shiraz

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$22.00 $19.99
"The 2017 La Cuadrilla is a blend of 55% Syrah, 27% Sangiovese and 18% Grenache. It has a medium ruby-purple color and has pretty aromatics of fresh red cherries and cranberry with sliced blueberry, lilac, black cherries, warm earth and meaty/spicy touches in the background. Medium to full-bodied, it gives up loads of wonderfully ripe fruit in the mouth with firm, grainy tannins and juicy freshness, finishing long with gobs of sweet fruit. Yum! 4,400 cases produced. All the profits of this wine benefit Stolpman's full-time vineyard crew."
Robert Parker 93 pts
$40.00 $31.00
"The 2015 Prequel Red Blend is made of 85% Syrah and 15% Petite Sirah aged 21 months in 37% new French oak and 1% new American oak. Deep garnet-purple colored, it delivers vibrant black cherries, black raspberries and wild blueberries with touches of licorice, grilled meats, Provence herbs and Sichuan pepper. Medium to full-bodied, it gives vibrant, expressive black fruit and spicy layers with a soft, rounded texture and refreshingly savory finish. 1,493 cases produced."
Robert Parker 92 pts
$78.00 $78.00
"Juicy, soft and plush flavors of root beer–scented cherry and raspberry are spicy and a touch candied, but very generous, showing off caramel and sandalwood accents. Smooth and supple through the long finish, this is impressive for the complexity and focus. Drink now through 2029. 5,204 cases made, 1,692 cases imported."
Wine Spectator 93 pts
$15.00 $12.99
"This widely available wine carries aromas of ripe berry, plum, violet and lavender that lead into a palate loaded with flavors of black currant and purple flowers. Polished tannins and just-right acidity frame it all."
Wine Enthusiast 91 pts
$22.00 $18.99
"I'm not sure what it says about a Barossa winery when its most striking wine (out of the three provided by the U.S. importer) is a McLaren Vale Shiraz. Tait's 2015 The Border Crossing Shiraz fits right into the house style of full-on ripeness and opulence, but it changes up the fruit profile to yield something brighter, fresher and loaded with cherry and red-berry fruit. Full-bodied, creamy and supple across the mid-palate, with a long, silky-tart finish, it's a fine but different complement to the super bargains delivered by this Barossa-based producer."
Robert Parker 92 pts
$52.00 $52.00
"Stylish, fragrant and supple, with dried lavender, vanilla bean and mocha notes that add richness to the core of ripe, jammy blueberry and blackberry flavors. Harmonious and creamy on the long, generous finish. Drink now through 2029. 10,100 cases made, 3,814 cases imported."
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$25.00 $19.99
"This is Yangarra's foray into this very Australian preservative-free category of wines, and the result is delicious. Brambly fruit, baking spices, coffee, vanilla and ground peppercorn aromas lead to a palate that is plush but firm, deftly woven with stony, mineral tannins, an earthy core and a long savory, herbal finish. This is a clean-cut, warming wine that makes you want to eat a gamy casserole on a cold day in winter."
Wine Enthusiast 91 pts
$22.00 $19.99
"The nose on this extremely well-priced bottling, named after vineyard manager Ruben Solorzano's wife, is intense yet elegant, with crushed slate, black currant and charred pork aromas. The palate's chalky texture carries flavors of black plum, boysenberry, dark cocoa, fennel and marjoram."
Wine Enthusiast 92 pts
$25.00 $17.99
"Ripe and very focused, with racy licorice and spice notes carrying tasty plum and raspberry reduction flavors along. A flash of mesquite on the finish leaves a mouthwatering hint. Drink now through 2020. 2,500 cases made, 190 cases imported."
Wine Spectator 90 pts
$18.00 $15.99
"A lively red, featuring sleek and plump fruit, offering blackberry, licorice and spice flavors that linger toward polished tannins. Syrah, Merlot, Malbec, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Cinsault, Barbera and Mourvèdre. Drink now through 2024."
Wine Spectator 90 pts
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