Francis Ford Coppola Winery Rosso & Bianco Shiraz 2009

MSRP: $12.00
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Appearance: Purple red Aromas: Raspberries, plums, vanilla, and violets Flavors: Boysenberries, cherries, and cinnamo...

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Being new to the Shiraz market I enjoyed this new experience. The wine was full bodied and deeply flavorful. For the price, this Shiraz is worth yo... Read more

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Snooth User: dukewolff
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4.00 5
02/25/2012

Being new to the Shiraz market I enjoyed this new experience. The wine was full bodied and deeply flavorful. For the price, this Shiraz is worth your time. Enjoy.


Winemaker's Notes:

• We source our Shiraz from two warms appellations: Paso Robles and Lodi. Our Lodi fruit is particularly unique because the vineyards there receive no irrigation. • We add small amounts of Viognier to our Shiraz to elicit delicate floral qualities, a technique that originated in France long ago but is now used frequently in Australia and the U.S. • Both French and American oak are used for added complexity; French oak contributes notes of vanilla, and American oak accentuates the spice nuances that Shiraz is known for.

Tasting Notes:

Appearance: Purple red Aromas: Raspberries, plums, vanilla, and violets Flavors: Boysenberries, cherries, and cinnamon stick

• We source our Shiraz from two warms appellations: Paso Robles and Lodi. Our Lodi fruit is particularly unique because the vineyards there receive no irrigation. • We add small amounts of Viognier to our Shiraz to elicit delicate floral qualities, a technique that originated in France long ago but is now used frequently in Australia and the U.S. • Both French and American oak are used for added complexity; French oak contributes notes of vanilla, and American oak accentuates the spice nuances that Shiraz is known for.

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Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 13.5%

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