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2002 Bodegas Nekeas El Chaparral de Vega Sindoa Old Vine Garnacha Navarra
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88 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2004

($11; old-vines garnacha) Medium red-ruby. Expressive nose combines roasted, peppery red fruits and licorice. Juicy and spicy on the palate, with red fruit and black pepper flavors. A very Atlantic style of grenache, with medium body, restrained sweetness and no sense of heaviness. Finishes with fairly fine tannins and very good length. This is the only one of these Vega Sindoa wines that's not estate-bottled, coming from leased vineyards, most of them about 2,000 feet above sea level. (Fine Estates From Spain Dedham MA)

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Grenache (aka Garnacha)

One of the more versatile red grapes in the world, Grenache thrives in southern France and Spain (where it is known as Garnacha). Ranging in style from light and fruity to deep, brooding and intense; the grape also suits a variety of ambitions: Grenache can be used in inexpensive wines that offer immediate satisfaction, but it is also successful...
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