Wine Review: 2006 Luigi Bosca Syrah Reserva

It is a bit unusual for me to drink two bottles of wine made of the same varietal from the same country back-to-back. But after having finished the review of the Caligiore Syrah (see my previous post), the bottle of Luigi Bosca Syrah called to me and I wondered how these wines would compare.

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Katrin is one of the co-founders of Wine Dine With Us. She enjoys sharing her love of wine on the blog, and is particularly fond of wines from Argentine, Alto Adige, and Germany. A lifelong environmentalist, Katrin has become increasingly interested in issues of sustainability in wine and food, local food production, biodynamics, and organic agriculture. When not drinking wine and writing about it, she is a nonprofit professional, specializing in fundraising and special events.

3 Responses to “Wine Review: 2006 Luigi Bosca Syrah Reserva”

  1. cjcribb
    February 28, 2010 at 7:55 am #

    🙂 – Very little oak aging on the Caligiore Syrah – I do like the Bosca wines as well, but have to consider myself a bit biased on this one, glad to hear you liked both!

    ~CJC

  2. Julia
    March 12, 2010 at 4:54 am #

    HEY! give points to Luigi Bosca Syrah too, though not certified, the wine is made with organic grapes and they practice sustainable farming methods and some biodynamics!! also I think its point worthy that Luigi Bosca is the oldest 100% Family owned winery in Argentina! You may have noticed I am a huge fan….

  3. Julia
    March 12, 2010 at 12:54 pm #

    HEY! give points to Luigi Bosca Syrah too, though not certified, the wine is made with organic grapes and they practice sustainable farming methods and some biodynamics!! also I think its point worthy that Luigi Bosca is the oldest 100% Family owned winery in Argentina! You may have noticed I am a huge fan….

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