Filon Garnacha 2010

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Up at 1000 meters in altitude, the highest limit at which grapes will ripen, these old vines produce dark, concentrat...

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Spanish Garnacha. Noise is slightly alcoholic with bright fruit. Good beginning with decent fruit and slight spice. Finish is slightly alcholic wit... Read more

Highly concentrated and elegant wine with aromas reminiscent of cherries and black plums. Read more

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Snooth User: lathamm1
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3.00 5
08/04/2011

Spanish Garnacha. Noise is slightly alcoholic with bright fruit. Good beginning with decent fruit and slight spice. Finish is slightly alcholic with a tangy aftertaste. With a 2010 vintage, this is still tasting young. However, for the price of $9 it is a good value, decent for daily drinking with dinner. Not sure its worth the 90 points Robert Parker gave it though.


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Source: The Wine Buyer
10/26/2012

Highly concentrated and elegant wine with aromas reminiscent of cherries and black plums.


Winemaker's Notes:

Up at 1000 meters in altitude, the highest limit at which grapes will ripen, these old vines produce dark, concentrated fruit that in turn makes rich expressive wines.

Up at 1000 meters in altitude, the highest limit at which grapes will ripen, these old vines produce dark, concentrated fruit that in turn makes rich expressive wines.

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