It’s perhaps rather pointless writing a review of a cleanskin wine where there is little guarantee that the same wine might be found again, but just in case it’s all from the same producer … The wine smelt good, with an aroma of cedary black fruits. The palate was rather high in acid, with a slightly alcoholy note, and a slight bitterness on the back palate. It was a bit uneven on balance. But very serviceable for $6 or thereabouts. 82 points.
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