Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Alice White Shiraz 2005 wine review by (PB)

This Aussie mass produced varietal from the folks who export about 15 gazillion cases of wine to the USA is a decent, inexpensive wine. It is cherry red and full of blackberries.

In the mouth it is pleasantly fruit forward, juicy, balanced, and simple though a little layer of chocolate emerges later on, and is frankly, a decent wine and solid value at $7.

It was a Wine Spectator “85" rated wine. This is good wine to serve to friends or for just filling those barren wine rack spaces for little money. I liked it, so raise a glass!

1 comment:

Rebecca Gomez Farrell said...

Totally agreed with your review of this wine and posted a snippet of it on my blog this morning.