Baron De Ley 2002 Finca Monasterio (Rioja)

Oaky and charred, with maple and mocha on the nose. And from there it slips. The palate is spiky and acidic, and the finish is sharp and saucy. For whatever reason this Tempranillo-Cabernet Sauvignon blend weighs in on the cusp of sour. Pricey for what you get. Michael Schachner

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    Frederick Wildman & Sons, Ltd
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