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Barefoot Cellars Shiraz 2011 Wine Review

Barefoot Cellars Shiraz 2011

Barefoot Cellars Shiraz 2011

California, United States

Community Score:85/100

Community Reviews: 1

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Price: $9.95

Drink: Now

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 13.5%

Wine Type: Red Wine

Winery: Barefoot Cellars

More Vintages: 2006  2008 

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Reviews and Ratings

Mymi Thesingingsommelier - Sommelier, FWS rated this wine as 85/100 with the following review:

The first Barefoot wine, Barefoot Bynum Burgundy was actually created in 1965 in a garage by Davis Bynum!!!
It wasn't until 1986 that founders Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey launched Barefoot Cellars with the idea that it was time for a wine that didn't take itself "too seriously" and also started a tradition of supporting non-profit fundraising events through wine. Over the past 30 years, they have made some great friends at over 3,000 charities worldwide.
In 2005, they partnered with the E&J Gallo Winery.
Barefoot Cellars have won thousands of medals and have become the most awarded wine brand in US competitions.
They craft a large selection of California wines at incredible prices.
This Shiraz is a deeply concentrated ruby red with good runway legs!
On the nose, it has a ton of red berries, plum, a touch of mint, nice vanilla and a little saline element.
On the palate, it is plump and dry. Spicy, smoky with ripe red berries, plum, and a little cacao. Very soft tannins and acidity with a long fruity finish… Totally easy drinking!
Enjoy this wine with your everyday meals, anything from roast chicken dinner to meaty pasta or a medley of bbq veggies and sausages!

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