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Tarima Monastrell 2011

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Quality Shiraz/Cabernet Blend (85% Shiraz & 15% Cabernet)the deep colour and tannins have produced an easy drinking and satisfying wine to be enjoyed now or over time. Correct cellaring will benefit this wine and best drinking frame will be 2017-2018.

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Château Tour des Genêts:
Château Tour des Genets is a 20 Ha family-owned wine estate located in Provence at the foot of the Mount Ventoux, Mazan. We offer more than 10 high quality wines, red, white, rosé AOC Ventoux. Purchase online available on our website.

Member Reviews for Tarima Monastrell

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Snooth User: vin0vin0
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2.50 5
02/24/2014

Inky, with a fairly strong floral/perfume lavender nose and front end. Notes of licorice and prune midway and more of the lavender on the follow through.


Snooth User: connie7899
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3.50 5
06/22/2013

This was a hit. I wish I would have purchased more for the price point. Well balanced. There was a bit of an aftertaste which was hard to place (mushroom???), but it did go away after the third glass. Recommended.


Snooth User: Teresa Brugger
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4.00 5
03/21/2013

Bold and Full Bodied. Pretty good with nice deep dark fruits.


Snooth User: Teresa Brugger
126596922
4.00 5
03/21/2013

Bold, Full body rather nice.


Snooth User: Peter Gorman
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4.00 5
03/01/2013

Great wine for under $10. Subtle at first, but very enjoyable.


External Reviews for Tarima Monastrell

External Review
02/12/2013

The 2011 Tarima made from non-organic Monastrell is sensational. From an area dominated by cooperatives, this full-bodied blockbuster boasts plenty of blue and black fruit notes, impressive purity and an enticing texture as well as length.



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Quality Shiraz/Cabernet Blend (85% Shiraz & 15% Cabernet)the deep colour and tannins have produced an easy drinking and satisfying wine to be enjoyed now or over time. Correct cellaring will benefit this wine and best drinking frame will be 2017-2018.

Dietary Information: Organic


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