Castillo De Monseran Garnacha 2010 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
British ex-pat Hugh Ryman is re-inventing garnacha from old vines growing in small, high altitude appellations of...
A delicious unoaked, simple yet exuberantly fruity red with aromas of plum and raspberry fruit plus a hint of white...
An truly amazing value, this well-crafted Grenache is an immensely flavourful, food-friendly and approachable...
A perennial best buy the latest Monseran has a grapey/black raspberry, cherry jam nose flecked with liquorice. The...
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This is an excellent wine all around. Extremely ripe flavours of cherry and strawberry dominate. The tannins are soft making the wine very easy to drink. This is a go to everyday wine as it can be a sipper or paired with a variety of dishes. The best you can do at the price point without question. Tasted daily from 2011 - present.
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This is a great wine at an amazing price point. It goes well with food and on its own. I always amaze my guests with this bottle and keep a full stock in my basement!
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Amazing value- deep red/ to purple colour
-the smell is not fabulous- infact i even dislike the aroma.
But on taste you can really get the chocolate and the cassis, licorice
-this is a warm-by the fire wine- can definitely be standalone but i would like to enjoy this with charred meats or even a heavy chocolate dessert
-the taste is unexpected- very aromatic in a bad way but the taste is great
-similr tot he taste- not a great starting taste but a great finish
-medium to full, medium tannins
-very dry round finish- great finish,
-I would DEFINITELY repurchase as both a weekday and weekend wi
The best version of this wine that I have tasted in several years. A juicy grenache that was served on a very hot day. I pull raspberries with a hint of earth of the nose, ripe, plump cherries on the palate, a clean fruity mouth-feel with a hint of black licorice. Served slightly chilled to compensate for steamy temperatures of the day it was served.
A nice fruit forward easy drinking casual sipper with aromas of plum and hints of chocolate. Juicy to taste; refreshingly light with a pronounced blueberry sweetness and the slightest vegetal notes that seem to complete the experience nicely. Tasted Jan 2012.
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Jammy on the nose and it carries through to the palate. Some prunes.chocolate and mintiness fill out the nose on this medium-bodied wine. Pretty simplistic in the end though with not much to offer beyond the initial fruit rush.
While I enjoyed this wine, I had recently drank both the Cannonau Di Sardegna Riserva, and the Cannonau is Sardinia, Italy's local name for Grenache. I perferred both of these to this Spanish take.
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Not bad for the price. It seems to have a vanilla flavour I'm not a fan of. Maybe that is what other call mint.
Too young. Not drinkable except for a party you don't care about. A table wine priced as a table wine.