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2005 Dominio de Atauta Llanos del Almendro Ribera del Duero
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95 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2007

Deep ruby. The nose offers a kaleidoscopic display of dark berries, candied flowers, spicecake, pungent herbs and minerals. Stains the palate with deep, concentrated blackcurrant and baking spice flavors. Tannins build with air but are finely knit into the lush, sweet fruit. This has remarkable poise for its great palate impact, finishing with clinging, mineral-accented bitter cherry and licorice. (The Rare Wine Company, Sonoma, CA)

96 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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