Three Wines To Try, Buy And Put By

Tomás Clancy's weekly trio

23rd October, 2016

This is an intense and luscious wine, with deep warmth and spice bursting from the glass. It is produced from 60-year-old vines planted in one of Spain’s harshest, driest and warmest regions. Happily, however, Jumilla sidesteps this general cauldron by being at 600m to 700m above sea level – that’s 2,300 feet in old money. A French oak-aged, toasty, spicy delight.

This is wine made in an ambitious manner by one of...

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