Carinus Tinto 2008
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Rich with historical irony, this wine, named after a town that shares its name with the famous grape Cariñena, has absolutely no Cariñena in it. The wine does not suffer from missing Cariñena; made of equal parts Garnacha, Tempranillo, Cabernet, Merlot, and Syrah, it's a balanced blend of black and red fruits, along with spicy vanilla of American oak barrels.
50000 bottles produced.
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