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Yellow Tail Shiraz (in magnum)
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smooth and cheap
05/20/2009
by Blumberg13427450
This is a big bottle of red if you are looking for quantity...and it actually happens to be great!
A bargin in taste
05/11/2007
by hull12390649
We were very impressed with the overall taste of this one. Certainly one of the best for the buck. If you really like drinking shiraz, I think you'll find yourself going back for more. I'm buying a case of this stuff.
OK Flavor, Good Deal
11/06/2010
by Shatzer12600943
2008 Considering the price, this is a pretty good wine. I got a fair amount of raspberry, a little spice and a plum finish. Didn't seem to do much for food, perhaps because the tannins were not too up front. But I'm sure there are better out there, even at this price point.
A bargin a twice the price!!
02/18/2006
by Stevens11942077
A staple for my wine rack, this peppery medium bodied shiraz is personally favored with a sharp white cheddar. If you find you generally enjoy shiraz, you'll find that to open a bottle of Yellow tail, is to finish it - even if by the magnum. Rated: for surprize, enjoyment & price if not comparison - this Yellow Tail is a steal.

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