The Marques de Griñon 2010 Single Vineyard Estate Bottled Graciano (Dominio de Valdepusa) wine is of the Graciano variety from Spain, produced within the Single Vineyard Estate Bottled vineyard in the Central Spain province. The cost is $50. This wine has a score of 73/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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The flavour profile is rich, rounded and full of black plum and blackberry fruits. It is rich, soft and powerful with a smooth texture and a lingering aftertaste. This is a powerful wine with a dark, dense core of tannins that has the potential to age. Drink from 2018.
With its spice, leather and leather note, this is a full and richly textured wine, rich and full of herbaceous fruit. It has a fine balance of acidity and wood, with a lingering finish. Drink from 2018.
The nose is restrained and tight, while the palate is dry and crisp. There is a hint of minerality, but the wine is firmly structured.
Aromas of crushed violets and a touch of oak are enticingly pleasant. The palate is lean and crisp, with balanced acidity and a long finish.
This is a strong, spicy and spicy wine. It is still young, with a strong but rounded texture that is ripe with black plum and berry fruits. It is balanced, full of acidity and a smooth texture. Drink from 2020.
This is a ripe, soft and spicy wine with a slightly sweet edge. It has a light touch and a crisp texture. It has the potential to age for a few more months to allow the fruit to soften and open. Drink from 2020.
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