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Castillo de Monseran Garnacha, Carinena Spain
89 Points

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Vintage: 2012
Price:
BC: $9.99
MB : $10.99
ON: $9.95
Widely Available: $9.7 to $12 across Canada

BC CSPC: BC CSPC Code -197806
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WineScores' Review

A buy-it-by-the-case gem, consistent and delicious.
This Garnacha packs a lot of oomph into each bottle - it oozes plush raspberry and blueberry jam aromas with chocolate, cola spices, sarsaparilla and rose petals. A supple palate lends itself well to generous berry flavours wrapped in mocha, floral and blueberry tea. It is fresh and smooth and gulp-able.
A wine for most grilled foods or game day fare but also for pizza, red sauced pasta and more traditional tapas

Second Review
Delicious, value, approachable.Aromas of raspberry, vanilla, mocha, a bouquet of roses and violets, baking spices and licorice. The palate is supple and engaging with loads of sweet fruit, leather, mocha, sweet spice and licorice to match the nose. Good length, approachable and balanced. You won't go wrong serving this awesome value wine to a crowd at a BBQ.
Pair: grilled or roasted meats, sauteed sweet red peppers with chili and olive oil, rich tomato sauces and hard cheeses.

 
Recommended Pairings
Rich Meats , Barbeque, Tomatoes and Tomato Sauces, Bargain Bottles , GONE CRACKERS, Game Day Wines


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Wine Scores reviewed - 2014-08-11 14:39:33.0

 

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