Bodegas Juan Gil Monastrell Jumilla Albacea 2003
The cute packaging and name of the Wrongo Dongo are clearly meant for the American marketplace. This solid effort represents a good value. Produced from 100% Monastrell, it is a fruit-driven, easy-going red to consume during its first year or so of life.Add winemaker's notes
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The cute packaging and name of the Wrongo Dongo are clearly meant for the American marketplace. This solid effort represents a good value. Produced from 100% Monastrell, it is a fruit-driven, easy-going red to consume during its first year or so of life.
This chewy red offers juicy cherry and plum flavors against a backdrop of game and chocolate notes. The tannins are ripe and well-integrated, the finish long and peppery. Drink now through 2007.
Hmmmmmhellip; you may be thinking that is one unique name, but it fits this unique red well. Chock full of bright, ripe raspberry and red fruit, with hints of peppercorn and black olives. Juicy and bright, this spicy little number will be your grillrsquo;s best friend, as it is perfect for your favorite barbecued treats. So next time you are in Premier tell them ldquo;Wrongo Dongordquo; sent you.
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