This one's for you RJ
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AIB:To tell you the truth it's a cabernet-siraz blend.Traditionally we have consumed merlots, but we’ve found this to be a good bit smoother without tasting too grapey and sweet. As far as chardonnays are concerned, they're usually either a little too sweet or buttery for my taste. That’s why I usually prefer a pinot when it comes to the whites.Originally posted by Richmond Jake
Now, I’m no wine expert by any means. I just drink what I think taste good. That’s why the cab-shiraz in question is made by Yellowtail. I realize that they are probably the Budweiser of Australian wines but they have been consistently adequate to good and for usually less than $10 a bottle, they can’t be beat. I wonder what kind of rep they have n their native land? REM or any other Aussie care to comment?