The Magician (Pinot Noir, Shiraz) 2011 Wine Review
The Magician (Pinot Noir, Shiraz) 2011
Niagara, Ontario, Canada
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Bottle size: 750 ml
Wine Type: Red Wine
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|Jeff Osborne rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:|
This unique "kiln Dried" (partially dehydrated grapes) wine is quite rich is both aromas and flavors. Rich scents and flavors of Cooked plum, blackberry jam, and a hint of pepper and spice. This wine is a local favorite in the Niagara region and a personal favorite when I'm in the area.
Enjoy with most hard cheeses, Mac & Cheese, Duck, or lean beef.
|Sylvain Segard rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:|
Medium brick color. Intense aroma of candied fruit, cooked cherries, and stew plums. There is also the distinct smokiness of heavy toast Hungarian oak. The mouth is mellow and dry, with little tannins, but it is not flabby. It tastes of cooked prunes, stewed bing cherries, and mincemeat. Medium fruity finish. This wine would be a great companion for a Holiday Season meal of turkey and cranberries with mashed potatos and gravy. Better yet a the sweet smoke of the wine would be wonderful with duck or goose.
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