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La Violetta La Ciornia Shiraz 2010

A pun on Cornas, slang for a beautiful woman, and a song that has Russian origins about deep, dark things. Many things to many people. Winemaker Andrew Hoadley spent a whack of time in Piedmont and said to me some time ago that this wine was partly inspired by Piedmont and wines of the region. Shiraz meets Italy, in a way.

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Tasted : Jul-13
Alcohol : 14.2%
Price : $75
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2013 - 2023
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