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Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Casa Silva Carmenère Reserva 2005
Much like the Cabernet reviewed below, a classic Chilean nose of eucalyptus and mint opens the Casa Silva Carmenère Reserva 2005, followed by dark currant and plum fruit on the palate and a dry, spicy finish. Dry and medium-bodied with firm but not disagreeable tannins, this Chilean would be an excellent companion to a grilled Porterhouse. Priced at $12, it's a good value.
M. Zane Grey, 12:24 PM