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Bjørn Tore Aastorp Ruud
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PostSubject: Pittacum Mencia 2003, Bierzo   Fri May 25, 2007 10:46 pm

Bierzo is north west in Spain, and the grape Mencia is the main variety for red wines.

Color: Dark red-black-violet, deep.
Nose: Beefstock ( reduced ), weak of some greeness, mature dark berries, some licorice, toast, some oak, warm spices.
Palate: Big body, very good concentration and structure, full of mature fruit, slightly developed style, a lot of tannins, but they are fine, long and firm finish.
Foodmatch: Powerful dishes of lamb and game.
Cellaring: 0-10 years.

Great wine at a low price and it will age well.

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