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2011 Casarena Sinergy Reserva Red Blend Mendoza
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91 Points | International Wine Cellar , 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.

90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Loved this wine
06/27/2014
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.
Super wine
04/28/2014
by Syrah/Shiraz477169
Surprised with this complex, wonderful wine at a price that is a 1/3 of similar Californian or French. It is subtle but complex with a strong personality.
Lovin' It
04/11/2014
by Matlock 14106597
I am giving this wine 5 stars not because it can hold its own against $100 + Napa reds but rather because at this price range, the value is off the hook. Black fruit, mocha and just the right amount of spice with a great finish. What a great value...

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