2009 Moon Cursor border red

This is another Okanogon wine we tasted while at Big White ski resort. This is a traditional Bordeaux blend.  Dark in color,  deep rich red berries on the nose.  On the, mid pallet there are deep rich red berries to match the nose. On the finish the wine has some firm tannins and some nice pepper and spice. A nicely complicated wine with lots going on in the mouth. I would give it an 89-90.

From the LCBO web site:
MOON CURSER BORDER VINES RED 2009 VINTAGES 281030 | 750 mL bottle Price: $ 44.95

Made in: British Columbia, Canada By: Moon Curser Vineyards Inc.
Release Date: Aug 18, 2012

Wine, Red Wine 14.3% Alcohol/Vol.

Sugar Content: 5 g/L Sweetness Descriptor: XD – Extra Dry

TASTING NOTE: This is the new name for what the winery used to call Six Vines – because it includes all six Bordeaux varietals. The blend is Cabernet Sauvignon (29%), Malbec (23%), Carmenère (23%), Cabernet Franc (4%) and Petit Verdot (1%). Production was 1,325 cases. It is a bold red, beginning with aromas of blueberries and cassis and with generous fruity flavours. The finish has a hint of spice and pepper, probably the contribution of the Carmenère. Score: 92 (John Schreiner, johnschreiner.blogspot.ca, April 26, 2011.

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