Casa de la Ermita 2006 Monasterio de Santa Ana Monastrell (Jumilla)

A little cloudy and minty, with aromas of herbs and reeds bumping up against cherry cough drop. That medicinal cherry flavor joins plum and light pepper, while the feel is lively, bracing and forward. Gets better with airing, and overall it tastes a little more natural than some Jumilla heavyweights. Michael Schachner

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    Opici Wines
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