Clos Mogador 2002 Vino Tinto Red (Priorat)
René Barbier, the pioneer of Priorat, pulled together a beautiful wine in what was, at best, a mediocre vintage. Admittedly, it starts out coarse and grainy, but airing shows juicy red fruit and a level of complexity that's up there. More the total package than a collection of spare parts; as a result, it'll drink wonderfully around 2006-07. A mix of Cabernet, Cariñena, Garnacha and Syrah. Michael Schachner
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