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2003 Agricola Falset-Marca Falset Old Vines Montsant
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2006

($15; 58% garnacha, from vines reportedly over 100 years old) Inky ruby. Deep, powerful and exotic on the nose, with intense cola, licorice, cherry liqueur and oak spice aromas; this smells like a serious, big-bucks wine. Suave, silky and lush, the cherry and dark berry flavors showing great intensity and sweetness and given focus and support by fine-grained tannins. Pliant and sweet through the strikingly pure, bright, long finish. A superb bargain. (Ole Imports, New Rochelle, NY)

88 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Rich Wine; Great Value
07/15/2008
by palbri
Luscious fruit developing into a nicely balanced, long lasting finish. Alcohol content is 14%, so there is some heat, but not overpowering. Dark, inky color enrobes cola, cinnamon and blackberry flavors. Some oak but not overdone. I think it will be very suitable drinking for cold, winter months and Fall season. On sale at $7.99/btl, this wine is wonderful. This is an excellent wine for the price!
A-OK by me!!!
06/27/2007
by SYMPHONY1
My wife was out all day so I started dinner by opening this ruby colored treasure. It was ever so slightly harsh at first (I suggest a few-minutes breathing before tasting), but quickly mellowed into a very drinkable wine perfect for our pasta and salad dinner. This is a good wine to practice the old adage . . . never buy just one bottle.

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