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Alto Moncayo 2011 Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  • Editors' Choice
  1. $48
Fans of full-bodied, dark-fruited reds will swoon over this modern-style Garnacha from old vineyards in Aragón. Pitch black, the nose provides a pure blast of blackberry and cassis, and the palate is chewy yet fresh, with baked black-fruit flavors as well as coffee, chocolate and vanilla. A smooth, lush, layered finish with vanilla and toffee notes is the final act…  — M.S.  (7/1/2014)
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Alto Moncayo 2008 Aquilon Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  • Editors' Choice
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  1. $166
A huge load with sophistication and style to go with tons of raw power. Tobacco, balsam wood and pure blackberry aromas are stylish and enticing. Shows body and structure on the palate along with black fruit, mocha, chocolate and toast flavors. Long and heavenly on the finish. Drink now through 2015.  — M.S.  (12/15/2011)
93
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Twisted Oak 2009 Torcido Garnacha (Calaveras County)

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  1. $32
What a wine. It tries to intimidate. At first, by its bottle size and alcohol level, but in the glass this 100% Garnacha is like a purring kitten—well a purring 20-pound Maine Coon cat, joyous in its pretty red fruit, and its earthy, meaty, vanilla and cinnamon toast range of goodness. All lush, Twisted Oak’s Torcido is, like a retro soap opera, brave and beautiful.  — V.B.  (5/1/2012)
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Alto Moncayo 2008 Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  • Editors' Choice
  1. $47
Gets out of the blocks with massive cedar, balsamic, tobacco and bold berry aromas. It’s super rich and thorough in the mouth, with excellent balance for a 16% ABV Garnacha. Flavors of roasted black fruits, coconut, coffee and mocha are giant; finishes even more oaky and barrel-driven, with vanilla, coconut and toast flavors. Drink now through the winter of 2013.  — M.S.  (12/15/2011)
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Alto Moncayo 2011 Veraton Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  1. $27
This full-bodied, ripe wine offers blackberry and spiced plum aromas on top of a minerally base. In the mouth, it’s big but fresh and free-flowing. Flavors of black plum and black cherry are lively despite some creamy oak that rises on the finish. Drink through 2016.  — M.S.  (7/1/2014)
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Alto Moncayo 2009 Aquilon Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  1. $155
This is a powerful, rich, toasty Garnacha, with grit, earth and spice galore on the bouquet. It feels tough, masculine and tannic, with a mix of beefy black-fruit flavors elevated by molasses and spice. Firm and showing some burn on the finish, along with notes of black licorice and peppery spice. Only 200 cases made. Drink now–2016.  — M.S.  (2/1/2013)
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Bodegas Ateca 2009 Atteca Armas Old Vines Garnacha (Calatayud)

  1. $45
The Gil family understands how to make fully loaded reds that are balanced and highly enjoyable. Look for a saturated, rich nose with brandied plum, blackberry pastry and toasty oak notes. The palate is both lush and racy, with dark berry and chocolate flavors. It finishes huge and masculine, almost like fudge. Drink now–2015.  — M.S.  (12/31/2012)
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Alto Moncayo 2008 Veraton Garnacha (Campo de Borja)

  1. $29
Smoky, peppery and tight on the nose, with leather and dark fruit aromas. The palate is chewy and dense, with syrupy richness and sweet flavors of ripe blackberry, toast, coffee, mocha and chocolate. Big and round on the finish; rock solid and seriously built. Drink now through 2013.  — M.S.  (12/15/2011)
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