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2006 Acustic - Montsant Proprietary Blend - Spain - Catalonia - Montsant - Red

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Spain - Catalonia - Montsant

Red Proprietary Blend
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VF: 2011-2021 VF: 2011-2021

Author Quinlan Michael
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Tasted On 03/20/2010

Aroma gives blackberry and dust. At first the taste is rubbery. But after a few hours, the rubber left and was replaced by a hint of cranberry. The body was light to medium and the finish was long. This is a very young wine and need lots of time to air.

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Author jasonm
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Tasted On 06/18/2009

knotted up, leaves a layer of dust in the mouth. minutes later the nose is cloud soft just hinting with a little fruit, like one fat ripe raspberry, poking through knots. I've had this wine in the past with great results as it opened, letting this one do its thing.

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