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2003 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla
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 92
WS
 90
RP
 96
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2003 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla

Producer: Bodegas El Nido
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Spain
Region: Jumilla

Expert Reviews

92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2006

($42) Ruby-red. Inky, dense aromas of blackcurrant, cherry, fruitcake and molasses. Thick and sweet but also tangy, with a strong note of tamarind providing a bright accent to the lush dark fruit tones. Rich, powerful, deep and very long on the finish, which is exotic in its sweetness but given vibrancy by suave acidity. Wild stuff.

90 Points | Wine Spectator
96 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Pleasing surprise
10/02/2006
by Melamedoff11481526
Inky Thick and sweet. Smooth, rich, velevty, deep on the finish & suave on the acidity.
Clio Jumilla
10/17/2006
by clark12036262
70% Mourvedre and 30% Cab.Sav. is a change for my palate. The layers of flavors in this wine is differently awesome if I may say. The finish is powerful and delicate at the same time. If you have not had this Mourvedre grape before, here it is! This wine is all about the finish.
the Parker review
09/05/2006
by jensen10762987
I see that Parker has the 2003 as a 96 and the 2002 was only a 93. I'd rate them just the opposite. I served some 2002 to several people who just went nuts over it, and the 2003 is still very good, but it hasn't evoked the same enthusiasm from most tasters I know. But I love every wine I've ever tried from this label. They're very reliable.

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