The Aurora Cellars 2004 Proprietary Red Red (Serra Gaúcha) wine is of the Bordeaux-style Red Blend variety from Brazil, produced within the Proprietary Red vineyard in the Serra Gaúcha province. The cost is $10. This wine has a score of 90/100 (an outstanding score).
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This is a delicious, straightforward wine that shows the style and is made to sit on the shelf. It’s made to be drunk now, so enjoy the straightforward black fruits and crisp acidity.
The 10 of Malbec is blended with 8 of Syrah, yielding a pleasantly syrupy wine with red fruits and tannins that are nicely balanced. It’s light to medium bodied, and there’s a touch of sweetness at the end.
A good value, dry wine that has red berries as well as crisp acidity. The acidity is supple and refreshing.
Aromas of black cherry and leather are inviting. The palate is round and smooth, with blackberry and earth flavors. A spicy, savory finish is solid but not heavy. The finish is spiced up with a hint of class. Drink now.
Made from a mix of Sangiovese, Calabria and Syrah, this is a smooth, rounded wine that’s ready to drink now. With vivid black-cherry and cola flavors, it’s a soft and fun wine that’s ready to drink now.
The cedar, leather and black pepper aromas lead the way. The palate is round and round, but not very expressive; what’s there is a more likeable, more serious quality rather than a more friendly one.
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