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Luzon Jumilla
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Luzon Jumilla

Producer: Luzon
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Spain
Region: Jumilla

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great stuff
12/26/2010
by WineGirl
I love this wine - it's smooth and inky, with lots of flavor without taking over whatever you happen to be eating. Lovely long finish.
GREAT VALUE, TASTE, AND PRICE
05/11/2009
by Jerome12357001
Excellent black fruits, smooth, medium bodied wine. The WTC enjoyed this wine and we recommend it! You can't beat the price.
Value!
06/08/2007
by vinoboy
Best value anywhere. WOW!
2005 WA-88
04/17/2007
by Grist12273538
"The 2005 Luzon is a blend of 65% Mourvedre and 35% Syrah that exhibits a dark ruby/purple color in addition to loads of blackberry and cassis fruit, good ripeness and richness, decent acidity, and a freshness undoubtedly due to the vineyards’ lofty altitudes of 2,000-2,300 feet. Consume it over the next several years." - Rated 88, Robert Parker
GREAT BUY
02/23/2007
by Paxman11800874
one of the best deals in the house. Excellent wine for the price.
Best wine for the price!!
02/05/2007
by Big T
At less than $7 a bottle, this wine is the best value I have ever had!!! Easily drinks like a $20+ bottle!
Great taste Great Price
05/22/2005
by pinot10391396
We've served this wine many times and usually everyone wants to know what it is and where we've purchased it. Nice full body and smooth.
Liked it
06/25/2009
by Wine13563188
Good easy every day red (DB)

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Spain has more acres under vine than any other country and ranks third in production behind Italy and France. Much of this output continues to be hot-country jug wine made to satisfy the everyday thirsts of the domestic and greater European markets
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