Syrah Miramar Vineyard 2010

Shiraz/Syrah

750 mL bottle  |   LCBO#:  649136
$60.15
Syrah Miramar Vineyard 2010 from LCBO
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    This Syrah is probably the best expression of Lo Abarca terroir, coming from a truly cool climate. It has difficulty ripening due the low temperatures and coastal fogs. This results in a wine low in alcohol and high in acidity. For Syrah lovers, this wine is probably an unexpected version of a Chilean Syrah. As Jancis Robinson mentioned, 'I would hate to get this wine in a blind tasting, as I would put it more towards Northern Rhone.' The nose is floral and shows red fruits and spices such as fresh white & black pepper. On the palate it is delicate, with elegance and a firm acidity, full of red fruits. A must try Syrah from Chile!

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    12%
    Made In:
    Chile
    By:
    Vina Casa Marin Ltda.
    Varietal:
    Shiraz/Syrah

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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    12%
    Made In:
    Chile
    By:
    Vina Casa Marin Ltda.
    Varietal:
    Shiraz/Syrah
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