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Bodegas Atalaya "La Atalaya del Camino" Almansa 2013

90+ Our Score
90+ Vinous, Josh Raynolds
(1/2016) "Inky ruby. Brooding and slow to open up. Aeration unveils powerful dark fruit preserves, licorice and candied violet, with suggestions of fruitcake and smoky minerals. A spicy note enlivens the chewy, concentrated cassis and bitter cherry flavors. Supple tannins build through a long, smoky finish, echoing the floral and licorice qualities emphatically. Give this youngster some age or a decent decanting. Drink 2019-2024."
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Bodegas Atalaya "Laya" Almansa 2013

88 International Wine Cellar
(9/2014) "(70% garnacha tintorera, a.k.a. alicante bouschet, and 30% monastrell; fermented in stainless steel, followed by four months in French oak): Bright purple. Cassis, blueberry, pungent herbs and mocha on the nose. Smooth and open-knit on the palate, displaying fresh cherry and dark berry qualities and a hint of black pepper. Finishes with gripping tannins and good length, leaving a subtle floral note behind."
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Bodegas Atalaya "Laya" Almansa Red 2015

A juicy, fun and totally delicious bargain!
92 James Suckling
(12/1/2016) "A spicy red with blackberry, blackcurrant and cherry character. Some pepper notes, too. Full body and soft and juicy tannins that follow through to a long, fresh and fruity finish. Drink now."
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