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"New property from Miguel Angel de Gregorio of Finca Allende in Rioja. Very voluptuous and sweet! Blend of Cabernet, ...Read more...
My official welcome back to Madrid! Great convination of grapes from Tierra de Castilla, Cabernet sauvignon 30% Syrah 30% Tempranillo 20% Merlot 1... Read more
Fans of Miguel Angel de Gregorio's Finca Allende wines from Rioja will want to snap up this excellent, lush-styled blend of Graciano, Merlot and Pe... Read more
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My official welcome back to Madrid! Great convination of grapes from Tierra de Castilla, Cabernet sauvignon 30% Syrah 30% Tempranillo 20% Merlot 10% Petit verdot 10%. A full body with berries, good balanced tannins, oily and powerful. A pleasure to drink and fell the joy of a great wine. ¡Viva castilla!
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Fans of Miguel Angel de Gregorio's Finca Allende wines from Rioja will want to snap up this excellent, lush-styled blend of Graciano, Merlot and Petit Verdot from La Mancha. This wine almost proves that talent is as important as terroir, because no other La Mancha wine features this grape blend, these rich and pure medicinal flavors, and a smooth-handed sense of balance that calls for drinking now through 2013. - M.S. A top-notch offering from this nearly forgotten, vast viticultural region, this 1,000-case cuvee is a blend of equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, and Syrah along with small quantities of Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Graciano. Its inky/ruby/purple color is accompanied by smoky, creme de cassis-like aromas presented in a full-bodied, fleshy, modern, international style. Consume this reasonably priced Spanish red over the next 5-6 years.
"New property from Miguel Angel de Gregorio of Finca Allende in Rioja. Very voluptuous and sweet! Blend of Cabernet, Syrah, Tempranillo, Merlot and Petit Verdot in French oak - but it smells thoroughly Spanish. Full and round and very, very ripe. Feels much more than the cited 14%. Bit of a bruiser. Can't quite think what to eat with this, but it should win favour with those who want an impressive, head-butting wine by the glass. Certainly well made. (JR)" (12/06) - 16.5 out of 20 Points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages. This was also rated 87 Points by the International Wine Cellar.
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