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Estancia 2005 Shiraz Central Coast



Whether it’s called Syrah or Shiraz, the latter its Australian name, it’s made from the classic wine grape Syrah. This delicious blend, 76 percent Syrah, 18 percent Petite Sirah, 4 percent Grenache and 2 percent Mourvedre, offers novice wine drinkers a great chance to learn to appreciate Rhone wines at a value price. Bright with aromas and flavors of black cherry, blackberry, and plum, it’s nicely balanced with classic notes of leather, earth, and spice. Easy drinking alone, it’s also a solid choice for lamb, steak, a cheeseburger or pizza. It’s available at BevMo! for only $11.99 or at

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