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Les Alcusses 2013 Tinto

Celler del Roure, Valencia

This was the first entry-level red made by this producer and it is named after an ancient Iberian settlement found near the winery. Black fruit and inky aromas on the nose together with smoke and vanilla nuances. There’s far more fruit on the palate, which makes the wine really tasty and juicy. Despite being a bit warm, tannins are suppler and better integrated than in previous vintages. Good value. 16.0 points

Date tasted Thursday 31st of March 2107
Reviewer Amaya Cervera
Grape 30% Monastrell, 30% Petit Verdot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon,15% Garnacha Tintorera
Ageing 8 months
Alcohol 14.5%
Bottle 75 cl.
Drink 2017-2019
Price 9.5 €

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