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2006 Bodegas Covitoro Gran Cermeno Crianza Toro
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September 2009

($20) Ruby-red. Sexy aromas of blackberry, cherry compote, violet and cola, with a smoky mineral underpinning. Smells like a suave Barossa shiraz and tastes like one as well. Pliant, juicy and nicely focused, offering sweet dark berry flavors and showing no rough edges. The finish leaves sweet cola and vanilla notes behind, along with an exotic note of candied flowers. (Beacon Wine Company, San Francisco, CA)

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