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Ocaso Bonarda-Syrah 2007

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

Combining these two vivid purple grapes creates a tour-de-force of flavor. Blueberry pie, loganberry and blackberry compote coat the palate in this rich yet friendly red.

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Region: Argentina » Mendoza

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  • 2007

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Color: Red
Varietal: Bonarda
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External Reviews for Ocaso Bonarda-Syrah

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

Combining these two vivid purple grapes creates a tour-de-force of flavor. Blueberry pie, loganberry and blackberry compote coat the palate in this rich yet friendly red.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

In Spanish, "Ocaso" means "sunset." Pour a glass of this Argentinean blend, loaded with violets, blackberries and deep, rich plum flavors and watch the sun set with a piece of grilled meat from an open fire.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

"What the heck is a Bonarda?" you say. Well, picture a wine similar to Grenache, with light body, low acid and low tannin, and tons of lush black and red fruit. Sound good? Now marry that with the dense black fruit, peppery spice and deep structure of a Syrah and voila! - a star is born! The Ocaso Bonarda-Syrah is medium-bodied and packed with layers of flavor, drinking beautifully on its own, but try serving with blackened fish or chili to showcase the fruit and spice.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

ldquo;What the heck is a Bonarda?rdquo; you say. Well, picture a wine similar to Grenache, with light body, low acid and low tannin, and tons of lush black and red fruit. Sound good? Now marry that with the dense black fruit, peppery spice and deep structure of a Syrah and voila! mdash; a star is born! The Ocaso Bonarda-Syrah is medium-bodied and packed with layers of flavor, drinking beautifully on its own, but try serving with blackened fish or chili to showcase the fruit and spice.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

In Spanish, ldquo;Ocasordquo; means ldquo;sunset.rdquo; Pour a glass of this Argentinean blend, loaded with violets, blackberries and deep, rich plum flavors and watch the sun set with a piece of grilled meat from an open fire.



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