Very strong blackberry-flavored wine.
Recommended by the clerk at Phillipe Wines when I told him I like garnacha. Lightly sour and fruity, with black cherry and mineral notes. A bit dry and oaky in the finish, but full and fruity overall. It tasted a little immature, but was worth the low price.
Two and a half glasses
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