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2007 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla
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2007 Bodegas El Nido Clio Jumilla

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

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

($46; a blend of 70% monastrell and 30% cabernet) A pungent, smoky bouquet displays rich dark berry preserves along with notes of licorice, violet, cured meat and black pepper. Brighter red fruits on the palate, which is surprisingly energetic for such richness. Tangy cracked pepper and mace notes build with air and carry into the finish. Leaves sweet red and dark berry notes behind on the very long, sappy and sweet finish. This energetic wine is already delicious.

94 Points | Wine Spectator
94 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Right Now, you need 45 Minutes in the Decanter...
03/18/2010
by CigarHuntr
...before serving this wonderful wine. It's not approachable right off like the 2006, which was great almost right out of the bottle (albeit run through the Vinturi), and its going to be a while before we find out if it will ever achieve the level of the 2004, but this wine, once out of the bottle for a while, cooled off & set up beautifully. No doubt, this is young Clio, way before its time, but perhaps will be one of the longest lived.

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