Caligiore Syrah 2010

MSRP: $15.00
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A little funky on the nose at first, then this settles down into a deep carob, earth, and ground beef accented groove of blueberry and plum fruit s... Read more

Sometimes I find inexpensive Argentine wine to be off-putting and harsh, so I pulled the cork with some trepidation. As the dark purple wine filled... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Caligiore Syrah

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065201,912
0.00 5
01/28/2013

A little funky on the nose at first, then this settles down into a deep carob, earth, and ground beef accented groove of blueberry and plum fruit sprinkled with a touch of black pepper. This enters the mouth with a slight degree of plumpness or ripeness, which immediately disappears leaving behind a rather transparent, well-focused mouthful of fuzzy tannin supported blueberry, mulberry and plummy fruit. There's a nice base of earthy old wood here and the fruit is nicely framed with a savory, meaty character but this really shines because it comes across as pure, fresh and naturally complex enough to be interesting. The finish is fresh and while fruity, really shows lovely peppery spice and savory nuances. Not fancy, this is kind of delicious in a freaks meet geeks kind of way. 88pts


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Snooth User: Katrin
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2006 02/16/2010

Sometimes I find inexpensive Argentine wine to be off-putting and harsh, so I pulled the cork with some trepidation. As the dark purple wine filled my glass, the aromas of ripe berries and spice emerged promisingly. The nose was full of ripe fruits, dominated by blueberries, prune-like plums, and spices. The taste was clean, with a sense of mint or eucalyptus and a bit of smoke and meat. Although there is some spiciness to this Syrah, the characteristic pepper that one gets from this varietal is shy. The mouthfeel is light and well-balanced. Overall, an enjoyable wine, which at $12.99, will probably become one of my new “go to” wines for a casual meal. See more about this wine and other wine reviews at: http://winedinewith.us/2010/02/16/wine-review-2006-caligiore-syrah/

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