Osborne 2001 Dominio de Malpica Cabernet Sauvignon (Tierra de Castilla)

This Osborne-owned wine is like fruitcake: it's dense, a bit heavy and alcoholic, and it weighs in like a fort. The mouth is like a mound of berry fruit mixed with tomato and leaves. Meanwhile, the mouthfeel is warming and full. Green bean on the finish, however, is a detractor. Michael Schachner

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