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2006 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla
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2006 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla

Producer: Bodegas El Nido
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Spain
Region: Jumilla

Expert Reviews

93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2009

($46; 70% monastrell with 30% cabernet sauvignon) Deep, bright ruby. Powerful aromas of blackberry, blueberry, smoky herbs, potpourri and Asians spices. Weighty dark berry flavors display a liqueur-like depth, with zesty minerality providing lift and velvety tannins adding support. Manages to be large-scaled and lithe at once, finishing with real cut and clarity. This seamless wine is delicious now, and I'd be inclined to drink it young for its alluring, vivacious fruit.

90 Points | Wine Spectator
95 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Amazing viva Jumilla
03/02/2009
by rodriguez13457650
This wine is sensational, it makes you want to go to Murcia and sit down in there vineyards with a bocata of Jamon serrano and a glass of this perfect wine.
Clio
01/04/2009
by leecock13371137
This winery produces one of the best Red wines I have ever had. It is bold with no after taste.
Best Clio Ever!!
12/29/2008
by Bevia12590965
Wow, probably the best wine in the world, BE SMART, NOT CHEAP, buy now, in 1 month will be sold out and sell for twice as much
big spanish reds
04/22/2009
by Latuchie12676804
if you're a new world, fruit bomb fan - you will enjoy this wine. the backend of this bottle had very little structure so i'm not sure how long it'll last. for most consumer this won't matter, but if you're collecting - you might want to go after the Clio's big brother the El Nido. This was a nice wine, 91 pts in my book.
2006 Clio Jumilla
11/15/2008
by Pych12620325
If you have never tasted a Clio before, I highly recommend you get it now, drink some, and put the rest away! The 2004 was Parker rated 97.......the 2005 rated 95........the 2006 will sell out quickly! Deep ruby/purple color......fruit on the front that finishes well. This is a great wine to enhance that special meal! A "super value", don't miss this one!

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