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2003 Bodegas El Nido El Nido

Removed from a professional wine storage facility

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97Robert M. Parker Jr.

It exhibits leathery, creme de cassis, and pain grille characteristics, additional tannin and body, and a formidable palate. A wine of extraordinary extract and richness...

91Wine Spectator

Hard to resist the ripe, sweet flavors of blueberry, blackberry, dark chocolate and even maple syrup in this plush, rich red. The tannins are ripe and well-integrated, with just enough acidity to bring you back for another sip.

91Vinous / IWC

Explosive and exotic scents of blueberry, boysenberry and cassis. Broad, deep and beautifully concentrated, with sweet dark fruit flavors complemented by an exotic array of maple, honey, marzipan and dark chocolate notes.


Spain, The Levant, Jumilla

Jumilla is in the province of Murcia, and there are 80,000 vineyard acres within the appellation. The appellation takes its name from the municipality of Jumilla and it enjoys long hot summer and cold winters, with weather tempered by the Mediterranean Sea. The land is made up of wide valley and plateaus, with vineyards mostly between 1,000 and 2,000 feet. Having been awarded Denominación de Origen status in 1966, it is one of Spain’s oldest appellations, and it has long been noteworthy for its rich, tannic, red wines made from Monastrell, the Spanish name for Mourvèdre. The other red grapes authorized under appellation rules are Tempranillo, Garnacha Tintorera, Garnacha, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Petit Verdot. Official white wine grapes are Airén, Macabeo, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Moscatel, Pedro Ximénex and Malvasia. Producers including El Nido and Bodegas Luzon have made Jumilla go-to appellation for savvy wine buyers looking for high quality at modest prices.