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Casa Castillo Monastrell

Casa Castillo Monastrell 2015

€8.50
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Red Wine young crianza from Jumilla (Spain) produced by the winery Propiedad Vitícola Casa Castillo with Mourvèdre grapes.
Will pair nicely with sausage, roasts, stews and mushroom.
When stored properly, the shelf life in optimal conditions will be from now until 2018.
Serve between 12ºC and 16ºC preferably in a Bordeaux type glass.
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The Casa Castillo Monastrell is a single varietal with the grape Monastrell (Mourvedre) from the vineyard El Valle.
With a short ageing of 6 months in French and American oak barrels, which can stress the primary aroma of fruit, although perfectly refined.

A wine with an excellent value for money, and another example of the spectacular wines from Jumilla to a very attractive price.

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Data sheet

Type
Red wine
Price
Less than €10
Points
Peñín
Peñín
91
Country
Spain
Region
Jumilla
Grape
Mourvèdre
Aging
Media Crianza
Size
75 cl
Alcohol
14%

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