Vinos Sin-Ley Monastrell Yecla No. 5 2006

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Another 100% Monastrell, but this one coming from Yecla, one of the grapeandrsquo;s strongholds in Spain whose warmer climate brings out the best i... Read more

The 2006 M5 is from Yecla. Dark ruby-colored, it has a serious perfume of smoke, mineral, blueberry, and blackberry. Ripe and full-flavored, it has... Read more

Another 100% Monastrell, but this one coming from Yecla, one of the grape's strongholds in Spain whose warmer climate brings out the best in this v... Read more

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External Review
01/10/2013

Another 100% Monastrell, but this one coming from Yecla, one of the grapeandrsquo;s strongholds in Spain whose warmer climate brings out the best in this varietal. Flavors of kirsch and fruit preserves are accented with notes of pie spice, with pleasant smoked meat and coffee aromas around the edges. The flavors are intense and long, with excellent balance and persistent presence andmdash; the kind of wine you taste all the way down your throat.


External Review
01/10/2013

The 2006 M5 is from Yecla. Dark ruby-colored, it has a serious perfume of smoke, mineral, blueberry, and blackberry. Ripe and full-flavored, it has excellent depth and length. It has 2andndash;3 years of aging potential but can be enjoyed now.


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Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Another 100% Monastrell, but this one coming from Yecla, one of the grape's strongholds in Spain whose warmer climate brings out the best in this varietal. Flavors of kirsch and fruit preserves are accented with notes of pie spice, with pleasant smoked meat and coffee aromas around the edges. The flavors are intense and long, with excellent balance and persistent presence - the kind of wine you taste all the way down your throat.


External Review
02/14/2013

Ruby-red. An array of candied dark berries and flowers on the nose. Creamy round dark fruit liqueur flavors are gently supported by dusty minerality. Picks up an intriguing spiciness on the long juicy finish. I like the interplay of fruits flowers and minerals here.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

M-1 is a project wine from importer Patrick Mata that features 100% Monastrell (Spanish for Mourvedre) grown in high-altitude vineyards in Valencia, in southeast Spain, and fermented and aged only in stainless steel. This pure expression of the fruit is long on concentrated cherry flavor without being candied, enveloping or sweet on the palate. It has the slightly earthy, even gamey, elements that belong in Monastrell, and a peppery finish. This is an extremely interesting and satisfying effort.


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

Ruby-red. An array of candied dark berries and flowers on the nose. Creamy, round dark fruit liqueur flavors are gently supported by dusty minerality. Picks up an intriguing spiciness on the long, juicy finish. I like the interplay of fruits, flowers and minerals here.


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

Another 100% Monastrell, but this one coming from Yecla, one of the grapersquo;s strongholds in Spain whose warmer climate brings out the best in this varietal. Flavors of kirsch and fruit preserves are accented with notes of pie spice, with pleasant smoked meat and coffee aromas around the edges. The flavors are intense and long, with excellent balance and persistent presence mdash; the kind of wine you taste all the way down your throat.


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