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Red wine review: Lynfred Winery 2006 Petite Sirah

Lynfred Winery is the producer of many great wines available through their multiple locations and vendors, and their 2006 Petite Sirah is no exception.

This Petite Sirah is deep red in color, and is visually pleasing in the glass. As one swirls the wine theirglas to aerate the wine, subtle scents of dried tobacco leaves and leather fill the air, accompanying black pepper, currants, and other dark fruit. I consider this a medium bodied red, that is smooth and enjoyable on nearly any occasion.

Open this fantastic wine now, or keep it in your cellar for a little bottle aging.

If your looking for these robust flavors with more body, try the 2003 Syrah. Its boldness is sure to please any full-bodied, red wine drinker.

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