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Locations E Spanish Red Wine Review

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Locations E Spanish Red Wine Review

Locations E4 Spanish Red Wine is an interesting blend of Ganarcha, Tempranillo, Monastrell, and Carignan. In the glass, the color is deep blood red with aromas of spice, pepper, dark fruit, tobacco and earth. On the palate there are tastes of dark plums, dark cherry, oak and vanilla. The finish is dry, lingering and smooth, with soft tannins. 

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Wine Tasting Notes: Albarino

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Wine Tasting Notes: Albarino

Every few months, we get together with a few wine-loving friends to taste and learn about wine. Over the years, we’ve discovered and tasted wines from many corners of the world, sipping dozens and dozens of varietals and enjoying a multitude of wine styles.  

We thought it would be interesting to create a Wine Tasting Group Series of posts on Possible Pours blog to occasionally report on the honest recommendations of this group, whose opinions we highly respect.

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Wine Review - Bokisch 2015 Tempranillo

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Wine Review - Bokisch 2015 Tempranillo

When you grow up spending your summers in Spain, you’re bound to become influenced by the country, the culture, the food and the wine. That’s exactly what happened to owner/winemaker Markus Bokisch. 

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