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2003 Bodegas Artazu Santa Cruz de Artazu Navarra
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2005

($35; 100% old-vines garnacha planted on chalk at 800 meters) Deep ruby-red. Superripe but bright and pure aromas of black cherry, minerals and pepper. Sweet, thick and dense but also sappy and spicy, with sound acidity for the year. Creamy, alluring grenache, at once lush and solidly structured. Finishes with broad, fine tannins that reach the front teeth and suggestions of sexy French oak (40% new). This would outclass a lot of 2003 Chateauneuf du Pape bottlings. . (European Cellars, Charlotte, NC)

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