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Reviewed on May 18, 2017
This is my husband Jason's favourite. The color is a deep rich dark cherry, the smell has hits of chocolates, cherries, and a bit of green pepper, it taste like the big fat black cherries you get from a road vender in bc, it also has a taste of salted oak, I pared it with smoked meat and danish cheese, delicious
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Marqués de Cáceres
Cenicero, La Rioja, Spain
At least five generations linked to wine forged the family spirit of Marqués de Cáceres. Enrique Forner, who founded the winery in 1970, learnt the wine trade from his father, who in turn had learnt from his father and grandfather (‘Wine producer Forner’), interrupted in Spain by a period of exile during...
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