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Abadal Seleccio 2013

Abadal Seleccio
Category: Wine > Red Wine
Alcohol: 14.0%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Origin: Spain > Pla de Bages
Body: d - Medium to Full
Maturity: For laying down
Retail: £30.99
Stock: Out of stock
Martinez Ref: SPAINR090

Tasting Note

The Abadal Seleccio is composed of 40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 20% Syrah aged for 14 months in French oak. A saturated purple color, it reveals an already complex nose of sandalwood, scorched earth, espresso, incense, spice box, black cherry, and black currant. In the mouth this buxom effort is dense, succulent, and long. It merits 4-5 years of additional cellaring and will present a drinking window extending to 2023.