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Señorio de Barahonda Mourvedre Blend Yecla Carro 2008

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The wine has a bright scarlet colour with ripe, red fruit aromas. On the palate it has freshness with good length and balance with warmth and structure; the tannins are smooth and elegant. Made from Monastrell, Syrah and Merlot grapes harvested at optimum ripeness.

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External Reviews for Señorio de Barahonda Mourvedre Blend Yecla Carro

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

The 2005 Carro is an unoaked blend of 50% Monastrell, 20% Tempranillo, 20% Syrah, and 10% Merlot. Medium ruby-colored, it has a lovely perfume of damp earth, pepper, cassis, and blackberry. This is followed by a sumptuous wine with layers of ripe, sweet fruit, excellent balance, and no hard edges which totally belie its ridiculously silly price point. The wine is an awesome value. I had thoughts of a higher score but readers might think Irsquo;d lost my mind. The Bellum project, in which Ole Imports is involved, started in 2002. It is dedicated to showing what can be achieved from 100% old-vine Monastrell in the up-and-coming D.O. of Yecla. It goes without saying that the price-to-quality relationship of these wines is extraordinary.


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

Deep violet. Fresh red and dark berry aromas and flavors are complemented by notes of dried rose and cracked pepper. Begins rather light but gains weight with air and finishes with good persistence and a slightly bitter edge.


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

Ruby-red. Spicy, floral aromas of bright cherry and rhubarb, complicated by minerals and pepper. Fresh red berry fruit shows very good energy and precision, with a light mineral touch on the back. This boasts impressive focus and complexity for the price.


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

There are 6,000 cases of the 2004 Carro, a tank-fermented and aged, un-oaked blend of 50% Mourverde, 20% Syrah, 20% Tempranillo, and 10% Merlot. It reveals terrific fruit intensity, copious black cherries and wild mountain berries, and notions of licorice, flowers, roasted meats, and chocolate. With supple tannin, low acidity, and abundant fruit, it is a joy to drink as well as a spectacular value. Consume it over the next 12ndash;18 months. This estate is one of the top discoveries of all my tastings.


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

The 2008 Carro is 50% Monastrell, 20% Syrah, 20% Tempranillo, and 10% Merlot fermented and aged in stainless steel. Purple-colored, it reveals a fragrant bouquet, of violets, damp earth, incense, and blueberry. On the palate it has surprising grip and concentration for its humble price and a lengthy, fruit-filled finish. It will provide pleasure over the next three years.


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

This Spanish red is bursting with sweet red fruit. It is ripe and delicious. An everyday wine that wonrsquo;t break the bank.


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

Spain continues to produce some of the best wine values in the world. Carro, from the southern region of Yecla, is a blend of 50% Monastrell, 20% Syrah, 20% Tempranillo and 10% Merlot. This red sees no oak, so the purity of the fruit really comes through and opens your senses to the complexity of this wine. Ripe berries, pepper, and herbs are intertwined and balanced with a surprising tannin level. The finish is long and layered in fruit. A great wine at a great price.


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The wine has a bright scarlet colour with ripe, red fruit aromas. On the palate it has freshness with good length and balance with warmth and structure; the tannins are smooth and elegant. Made from Monastrell, Syrah and Merlot grapes harvested at optimum ripeness.

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