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Montsant Cabirol / Organic Red Wines

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DIT Celler - 2011

Ripe, lush fruit-forward red from Spain. Garnatxa (Grenache) is a soft, jammy grape that is refreshed by the red-berry led Tempranillo.

You'll also find touches of rosemary here too. An excellent red with a plate of lamb.

Gold Medal - 93 points - International Organic Wine Awards 2013 (2011 vintage)

'Perfumed scents of red berry preserves, dried rose, incense and licorice, along with a spicy overtone. Spicy raspberry and cherry flavors show very good clarity, supple texture and a subtle floral pastille quality. Packs a punch but comes off as energetic, finishing with impressive freshness and persistence.' 90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar September 2013 (2011 vintage)

Grape:
Garnacha, Tempranillo
Code:
EST02
Country:
Spain
Region:
Montsant
Size:
75cl
Fullness 14.5% ABV
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An exciting estate owned and run by Dani Sanchez Nogué from Azul y Garanza. Old bush vine Grenache and Tempranillo grapes combine to give a rich and robust velvety wine. An exciting new white from Grenache Blanc and Macabeo make for an interesting pair of quality wines.

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Montsant Cabirol tasting with Dani from DIT Celler

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  • Grilled lamb
    A golden rule of food and wine matching is to match the weight of one with the other. This full-flavoured wine isn't a pushover so a delicate consommé isn't going to cut it. Think casseroles or grilled lamb cutlets.
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