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2005 Celler de Capcanes Mas Donis Barrica Montsant
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2007

($12; 85% garnacha and 15% syrah) Dark red. Fresh raspberry and cherry aromas are complemented by suave vanillin oak spice and smoked meat. Broad dark berry flavors pack impressive flavor punch and offer excellent clarity. Pure and expansive on the finish, with the gentle vanilla quality repeating. Drinking very well now.

91 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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A Great Everyday Spanish Red
07/14/2008
by Genie B.
This blend of grenache and syrah is fruity. It has soft tannins. You hardly feel any dryness on the palate. Try a bottle when you barbeque tonight. Ribs, juicy hamburgers or steaks will pair well. Enjoy.
For $8, it's a bargain
02/22/2010
by merlot10166128
Yes, it's a little harsh when you open it, but let it breath a little and it will be a different story. That wine still drinks well even after being opened for few days.
Mas Donis Barrica (Spain)
09/05/2009
by Tarquinio13625205
91 Points. A blend of Grenache and Syrah gives this wine a plummy start with a bit of spice on the finish. Hints of leather and dark chocolate add to the wines complexity. An excellent pairing with barbeque

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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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