Costers del Siurana Grenache Blend Priorat Miserere 1994

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The 1994 Miserere, a Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Tempranillo, Merlot and Carinena blend, exhibits the modern international style that is so popul... Read more

Recognized by the Spanish press as one of the country's great wines. A blend of Garnacha, Cabernet, Tempranillo, Merlot and Carinena; highly struct... Read more

I hope readers have been taking my advice and searching out the spectacular, limited quantity wines produced on the sun-drenched, steep terraced vi... Read more

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External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

The 1994 Miserere, a Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Tempranillo, Merlot and Carinena blend, exhibits the modern international style that is so popular in Italy's Tuscany and Piedmont sections, as well as Spain. Plenty of sweet, spicy, new French oak and black currant notes are followed by a dark ruby/purple-colored, elegant wine with excellent richness, fine purity and balance, and a clean, stylish, structured winemaking style. It should drink well for 5-7 years. This well-made wine from one of Spain's most exciting viticultural areas, Priorato, is worth a search of the marketplace.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Recognized by the Spanish press as one of the country's great wines. A blend of Garnacha, Cabernet, Tempranillo, Merlot and Carinena; highly structured, complex and rich. Aged in French oak and unfiltered, this blockbuster can be cellared, or enjoyed now for its youthful and welcome fruit.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

I hope readers have been taking my advice and searching out the spectacular, limited quantity wines produced on the sun-drenched, steep terraced vineyards of Priorat. There are several hundred cases of the 1995 Miserere, an estate-bottled blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Tempranillo, Merlot, and Carignan. This wine may merit a 90-point score after a few more months in bottle. It exhibits a dense, ruby/purple color, and a pure, earthy, peppery, blackberry, and cassis-scented nose with nicely integrated toasty oak. The wine is powerful and full-bodied on the palate, with a lot of guts, glycerin, and extract. This is an impressively made wine that needs another 2-3 years of cellaring; it should keep for 12-15 years.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Though relatively light in body for the appellation, this punchy red shares the region's bright blueberry, brambly and vanilla flavors, fresh and well defined. A good match for grilled meats. Drink now through 2005.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Recognized by the Spanish press as one of the countryandrsquo;s great wines. A blend of Garnacha, Cabernet, Tempranillo, Merlot and Carinena; highly structured, complex and rich. Aged in French oak and unfiltered, this blockbuster can be cellared, or enjoyed now for its youthful and welcome fruit.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

I hope readers have been taking my advice and searching out the spectacular, limited quantity wines produced on the sun-drenched, steep terraced vineyards of Priorat. There are several hundred cases of the 1995 Miserere, an estate-bottled blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Tempranillo, Merlot, and Carignan. This wine may merit a 90-point score after a few more months in bottle. It exhibits a dense, ruby/purple color, and a pure, earthy, peppery, blackberry, and cassis-scented nose with nicely integrated toasty oak. The wine is powerful and full-bodied on the palate, with a lot of guts, glycerin, and extract. This is an impressively made wine that needs another 2ndash;3 years of cellaring; it should keep for 12ndash;15 years.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Though relatively light in body for the appellation, this punchy red shares the regionandrsquo;s bright blueberry, brambly and vanilla flavors, fresh and well defined. A good match for grilled meats. Drink now through 2005.


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