Trader Joe’s Reserve Syrah #100

Pass On This Nasty Syrah From Paso

Trader Joe's Syrah #100
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Staff Wine Review – GoodCheapBooze.com

Not Good Booze. Nasty.

Syrahs are some of the best wines to go with grilled meats and the Paso area grows great grapes and great wines are made there. This one is not one of them at all. At this price, it would be wonderful if it was. Or even if it was just an OK one. But no. Leave this on the shelf. It’s just nasty and disappointing.

The Facts

Trader Joe’s Reserve Syrah #100

Price Paid – $9.99

Date Reviewed – 10/15/17

Where Purchased – Trader Joe’s SF Bay Area

Varietal or Type – Syrah

Vintage Year – 2013

Appellation – Paso Robles, Calfornia

Winery/Brand – Trader Joe’s/ Familia Nueva Vineyards

Bottle Size – 750 ML

Alcohol – 14.6%

Cork? – Composition

Pour it and taste – Dark color. Grapy, spicy aroma with some Sulphur. Light berry flavor, tannic finish.

Aerator – Fruit faded, more Sulphur, tannins moderate.

Decanter – A lot of Sulphur in the nose, no fruit. Nasty finish.

Overall – This wine has nothing going for it. Nothing.

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