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2011 Casarena Sinergy Reserva Red Blend Mendoza
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2013

(70% malbec, 20% cabernet sauvignon, 7% cabernet franc and 3% petit verdot):  Bright red-ruby.  Black raspberry, licorice and bitter chocolate aromas are accented by pepper and herbs and lifted by a violet nuance.  Juicy, spicy and quite suave, with a restrained sweetness and a silky texture to the understated flavors of black fruits, spices and mocha.  Gentle in the middle, then firmly tannic and serious on the long, broad, chocolatey back end.  A very successful blend.

91 Points | Wine Spectator
90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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1 year later and wow!
by Johnson13027091
Have a few bottles left and decided to try one now......omg......give it an hour of air and you won't be disappointed! Roll it in your mouth for 30-60 seconds and enjoy all it has to offer. Tannins are perfect, acid just right makes it easy going down. Right amount of fruit, meat and graphite with a little leather thrown in for good measure. This is by far my fav Argentinian blend, hands down!
by Pridemore12274237
Big bold juicy and fun
Loved this wine
by Aligote540546
I'm giving it a 5. Loved the complexity of this wine at such a reasonable price. Wish I could purchase more & had tried it sooner. It could hold it's own against much more fabled wines.

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