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Boekenhoutskloof 2007 The Chocolate Block Red Wine South Africa

Boekenhoutskloof 2007 The Chocolate Block Red Wine South Africa
$27.95
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Tasting Notes - Vivaciously purple in color with rich ripe berries on the nose. The Chocolate Block has a medium bodied fruity blackberry with sour cherry, with welcomed notes of chocolate and spice. Expect a little tartness and slight acidity on the finish.
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Tasting Notes - Vivaciously purple in color with rich ripe berries on the nose. The Chocolate Block has a medium bodied fruity blackberry with sour cherry, with welcomed notes of chocolate and spice. Expect a little tartness and slight acidity on the finish.
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Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

A Fantastic Surprise!
I tried this wine today for the first time in Napa. The different tastes were complex, incredibly crisp with no muddyness. A cherry taste first hit, followed by a berry taste, not necessarily blackberry, but a combination of black-rasp-olalla berry. They were clean and distinct, with no holdover from one to the other. The ending was superb, with just a slight tangy tartness that in no way caused the reviewer any regret, whatsoever, in trying out a South African wine for the first time.

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Review by Ricardo / (Posted on 1/4/2009)

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Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

A Fantastic Surprise!
I tried this wine today for the first time in Napa. The different tastes were complex, incredibly crisp with no muddyness. A cherry taste first hit, followed by a berry taste, not necessarily blackberry, but a combination of black-rasp-olalla berry. They were clean and distinct, with no holdover from one to the other. The ending was superb, with just a slight tangy tartness that in no way caused the reviewer any regret, whatsoever, in trying out a South African wine for the first time.

Body
Complexity
Balance
Concentration
Drink-ability
Smoothness
Taste
Price
Review by Ricardo / (Posted on 1/4/2009)

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