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Castell D'encus Taleia 2018 750ml

Costers Del Segre
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2018 2014
Rated 93 by Wine Advocate
2018 was a cooler year, and the 2018 Taleia is less ripe and has less alcohol and more acidity than the 2017 I tasted next to it. It's pale, young, shy, clean and focused and has a sharp palate with some bitter flavors and vibrant acidity. This feels undeveloped, very primary, in need of some bottle age. It's very tasty and makes you salivate. 17,700 bottles and 190 magnums were filled in June 2019. ... More details
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Castell D'encus Taleia 2018 750ml

SKU 863858
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Region: Cataluna

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