Lovely deep, dark purple-red. Initial burst of bright cherries, blackberries, and plum followed by a vanilla and coco...Read more...
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The Montsant region, located on the periphery of the Priorat D.O., is considered by many to be baby Priorat. Can Blau is a traditional blend of Car... Read more
Dense yet lively, this expressive red shows morello cherry, floral, licorice and mineral flavors supported by light, firm tannins and fresh acidity... Read more
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A favorite to share with friends with or without food!
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The Montsant region, located on the periphery of the Priorat D.O., is considered by many to be baby Priorat. Can Blau is a traditional blend of Cariñena, Syrah, and Garnacha. Grown on slate hillsides, this wine is characterized by plush black fruit and underlying minerality.
Lovely deep, dark purple-red. Initial burst of bright cherries, blackberries, and plum followed by a vanilla and coconut finish. Smooth and fruity initial burst. Good mid-palette with a lingering finish. Some minerality in the end. Soft tannins that made this wine a pleasure to drink.
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