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Toza Jumilla Monastrell 2019

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Country:Spain
Region:Jumilla
Winery:San Dionisio
Grape Type:Mourvedre
Organic:Yes
Vintage:2019
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

Toza Jumilla Monastrell is made from 100 percent Monastrell. 

Toza is a classic example of the Monastrell variety from the Mediterranean region. Clean, bright cherry red color. It is bold with intense fresh red fruits and varietal aromas on the nose.  Aged in oak barrels, this Spanish red is rich, toasty, round and velvety.

Winery: San Dionisio

Bodegas San Dionisio is located in the town of Fuenteálamo in Albacete (Castilla – La Mancha). For centuries, from generation to generation, the winemakers have developed cultivation techniques to take full advantage of the exceptionally hard conditions of the climate and soil. The result is a small production (3,000 kilos per hectare) and a slow ripening process (the most common variety – Monastrell – is harvested at the end of September and all of October) that produces very complex wines with a strong personality, high concentration of aromas and polyphenols.

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