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sweet on the nose, strawberry, candy. jollyranchers.

Príncipe de Viana Garnacha Rosado

Submitted by Sara M. on July 13, 2014


very peppery on the nose. on the palate, bitter like black coffee.
Boysenberry, Blackberry, Dark Chocolate, Espresso Grinds.

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    An obscure tasting term that describes the pungent smell of a (usually fortified) wine that has been intentionally oxidized or exposed to heat.

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