Castillo de Almansa Reserva Do Almansa Bodegas Pisqueras

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2006 and 2007 are both good years for this wine, if you like a full-bodied, smokey and oaky red that really fills your mouth. It's dark red/purple, with 14% alc/vol (and hence has a little heat, but not too much for the amount of alcohol) and stands well against strong flavours in foods.

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Region: Spain » Almansa

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Bodegas Piqueras:
Bodegas Piqueras founded in 1915 . Our first bottled wine was released in 1961. Under the protective cover of the recently created Denominación de Origin Almansa (regulatory body controlling wine production in the area - set up in 1975) , we were the first winery in the area to invest in oak barrels - buying a hundred, 300 litre oak casks. A new era for our cellar began in 1987 when we started... Read more
Bodegas Piqueras founded in 1915 . Our first bottled wine was released in 1961. Under the protective cover of the recently created Denominación de Origin Almansa (regulatory body controlling wine production in the area - set up in 1975) , we were the first winery in the area to invest in oak barrels - buying a hundred, 300 litre oak casks. A new era for our cellar began in 1987 when we started exporting our wines, and has led to enormous changes in the winery. In a relatively short time , we have established our brands in several world markets . Today our wines can be found in 17 countries and exports represent 70 % of our bottled wine production. Read less

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Snooth User: Sily
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11/03/2011

2006 and 2007 are both good years for this wine, if you like a full-bodied, smokey and oaky red that really fills your mouth. It's dark red/purple, with 14% alc/vol (and hence has a little heat, but not too much for the amount of alcohol) and stands well against strong flavours in foods.




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