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2004 Conreria d'Scala Dei Les Brugueres Priorat Blanco
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92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2005

($25; 100% grenache blanc from century-old vines grown on slate) Musky, smoky nose combines orchard fruits, fresh herbs and a leesy complexity. Fat, thick and spicy, with an impression of sweetness (but this reportedly is technically dry, with under three grams per liter of residual sugar). Fruit-driven flavors of pineapple, citrus skin, flowers, licorice and fennel. Offers both suggestions of superripeness and sound acidity. This shows terrific fruit for a white Priorat wine; I'd enjoy it within the next couple of years. . (European Cellars, Charlotte, NC)

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