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Ke Roble Oak Jumilla – 2011

This is a nice, funky red wine from Spain. “Ke” Roble Oak Jumilla 2011 is a smooth drinking, fun red blend containing mostly Mourvedre and Syrah grapes. The wine is cold fermented and aged for 3 months in French and American Oak (producers’ notes). Good quality wine for its price. Produced and bottled by R.E., […]

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El Furioso 2009

This is a 100% Tempranillo. I’m a big fan of tempranillo wines and most of those wines I have tasted were all pretty good. I usually don’t review bad wines, but I had to make an exception. The “El Furioso” 2009 tempranillo with its cool label has a gross “candy-like” flavor and will give you […]

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Ananto Valencia 2009

Ananto (Valencia) 2009 is a 60/40 blend of Bobal and Syrah grapes. The Bobal grape is native to the Utiel-Requena region in Valencia. The name is derived from the Latin word bovale, which refers to the shape of a bull’s head. The grape is resistant to extreme weather and diseases and gives wines acidity and […]

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