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2005 Jorge Ordonez & Co/Bodegas Ordonez Vinas Viejas 3 Malaga (half bottle)
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2007

($71; for 375 ml.; 240 g/l r.s.) Greenish yellow. Explosive perfume of minerally citrus and pit fruits, accompanied by exotic baking spices and floral honey. Sappy apricot preserve and poached pear flavors are given spine by zesty acidity, which enlivens the long, spicy finish. Extremely impressive, and a more oily, sticky rendition than its siblings. (These three sweet wines, from 50+-year-old moscatel de Alejandria vines planted at an altitude of 1,800 feet, come across as much less sweet than their numbers suggest, owing largely to their brisk acidity.) (Fine Estates from Spain, Dedham, MA)

94 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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