Enrique Mendoza Monastrell Las Quebradas 2014 750ml
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Enrique Mendoza Monastrell Las Quebradas 2014

Alicante - Valencia - Spain

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Rated 93 by Wine Advocate
The 2014 Las Quebradas is pure Monastrell is named after the vineyard it comes from—a chalk-rich, stony vineyard with very poor soils, located at 500 meters altitude and planted with 1,500 vines per hectare, all dry-farmed and head-pruned. It matured in French oak barrels for 15 months. It has the calcaire character, very much about the soil. 2014 is a ripe year, but they work in the vineyard to be able to harvest the grapes earlier, and the wine has beautiful balance. It has already developed some aromas, and even if it’s still young and should develop further in bottle, it is already very pleasant and shows complexity.

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Country: Spain

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