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Clos Mogador Manyetes Red Table Wine 2004

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96+ points Jay Miller (Wine Advocate): Clos Mogador is produced by the esteemed Rene Barbier who has hit homeruns in both 2003 and 2004. The 2004 Clos Mogador has a more saturated purple color than the 2003 as well as a more expressive perfume of mocha, coffee, and flowers (violets) in addition to toasty oak, earth, and blue and black fruits. More extracted and backward than the 2003, it demands a decade of cellaring and should drink well for an additional 20 years. The 2004 is a tour de force. (Feb 2007)

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Snooth User: vindood
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4.50 5
10/22/2009

93 points from Robert Parker: `Clos Manyetes is owned by Rene Barbier of Clos Mogador. The 2004 Manyetes offers an expressive but brooding aromatic profile with mineral, smoke, blueberry, and black currant liqueur. Larger in scale than the 2003, with more mouth-filling fruit, it is beautifully balanced and nearly seamless. There is tannin to lose but it can barely be noticed. Give this top effort 2-3 years to evolve and drink it through 2017.` 91 points Stephen Tanzers' International Wine Cellar: `Ruby-red. Powerful dark berry and plum aromas are complicated by dried rose, licorice, espresso and cured meat. Fat and oily, with deeply concentrated blackberry and bitter cherry pit flavors, solid tannins and bright mineral lift. Youthfully taut but there's very impressive material and balance here.


4.50 5
10/13/2009

Nice one!


External Reviews for Clos Mogador Manyetes Red Table Wine

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/16/2009

A Proprietary Blend wine from Priorat in Spain. 2004 Clos Mogador 750ml


External Review
Source: Melange Wines
10/06/2009

93RP, 91ST no further case discount


External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
10/18/2009

This elegant red is balanced and lively, with black cherry, raspberry, mineral, mountain herb and floral notes framed by well-integrated tannins and fresh acidity. Has the density to age. Drink now through 2016. 2,200 cases made. -TM Wine Spectator. A Proprietary Blend wine from Priorat in Spain. 2004 Clos Mogador 750ml


External Review
Source: Melange Wines
10/06/2009

93 points from Robert Parker: `Clos Manyetes is owned by Rene Barbier of Clos Mogador. The 2004 Manyetes offers an expressive but brooding aromatic profile with mineral smoke blueberry and black currant liqueur. Larger in scale than the 2003 with more mouth-filling fruit it is beautifully balanced and nearly seamless. There is tannin to lose but it can barely be noticed. Give this top effort 2-3 years to evolve and drink it through 2017.` 91 points Stephen Tanzers' International Wine Cellar: `Ruby-red. Powerful dark berry and plum aromas are complicated by dried rose licorice espresso and cured meat. Fat and oily with deeply concentrated blackberry and bitter cherry pit flavors solid tannins and bright mineral lift. Youthfully taut but there's very impressive material and balance here.



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96+ points Jay Miller (Wine Advocate): Clos Mogador is produced by the esteemed Rene Barbier who has hit homeruns in both 2003 and 2004. The 2004 Clos Mogador has a more saturated purple color than the 2003 as well as a more expressive perfume of mocha, coffee, and flowers (violets) in addition to toasty oak, earth, and blue and black fruits. More extracted and backward than the 2003, it demands a decade of cellaring and should drink well for an additional 20 years. The 2004 is a tour de force. (Feb 2007)

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