Aurora Cellars 2004 Proprietary Red Red (Serra Gaúcha) Review

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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