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2006 Altos Las Hormigas Bonarda Colonia Las Liebres Mendoza
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Bordeaux blend? WTF?
by Lukmire11957792
First of all, this cheapie is 100% bonarda, a variety that is apparently everywhere in Argentina. Tastes like...absolutely nothing. Don't get me wrong; I paid $4.99 and wasn't expecting a lot, but I'd almost prefer to taste something flawed than completely innocuous. People who don't actually like this because it goes down easy - completely character-free! Anyway, I'd urge any curious buyers to slap another fiver down on the counter and get something that at least tastes like wine.


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