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- Drew - 07-10-2008 04:23 AM

Jumilla.
42% Mourvedre, 38% Grenache, and 20% Syrah blend. I've been drinking the various vintages of this big QPR Spanish red for years and popped one the other night...it's been a while, old friend. Somewhat rustic and inky black/purple. Blackberry and dark berry, chocolate, tar and earthy hints. Full bodied and viscous. This is a really nice wine that's tank fermented and aged. Seeing that my inventory of this wine was only a handful of bottles, I stopped at the shop on the way home and bought the last case for $88, which included tax! Such a deal. FWIW a RP90 which he says drink over the next 1-2 years, to which I disagree. I think this wine will go 8+ with proper storage.

Drew