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2010 Juan Gil - Monastrell Jumilla Mourvedre - Spain - Murcia - Jumilla - Red

Spain - Murcia - Jumilla

Red Mourvedre
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VF: 2015-2025

Author Ewindels
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Tasted On 03/23/2013

No matter the vintage, every time a satisfying winner. Never fails.

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Author Bobnors
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Tasted On 11/10/2012

winemaker's notes: Intense deep red cherry color. Powerful nose, clean and complex. Very attractive fruity aromas, touches of ripe fruit and new wood. Well-constituted in the mouth, well-structured, lively and tasty, taking shape, well-balanced and very good in presence. alcohol by volume: 15.0% critical acclaim: "Inky purple. Sexy, oak-spiced aromas and flavors of black and blue fruits, with a smoky nuance gaining strength with air. Juicy, precise wine with very good finishing sweetness and gentle tannic grip." 90 Points International Wine Cellar

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