Pablo Claro Tempranillo, Dominio de Punctum
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Pablo Claro Tempranillo, Dominio de Punctum - 2019

Item # 27707 750mL
$7.96/ Single Bottle
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$95.52 $85.97/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Made by the family-run Dominio de Punctum winery located in Las Pedroñeras, an area in central La Mancha, this cool, balanced Tempranillo is wonderful for everyday quaffing. Cherry vanilla fruit opens on a friendly palate, brushed with herbs. Lovely for pork, paella with rabbit, and earthy stews. The vines benefit from a high elevation--750 meters above sea level, which provide surprisingly giving cool temperatures, given that La Mancha is known for its warmth. A phenomenal, dry red wine made from the Tempranillo grape.

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Staff Pick Notes

Here is a wonderful Tempranillo at a great price and its organic to boot. Some organic wines can be very austere. Somehow the fact that its organic or natural should be enough to carry the day and the inexpensive ones all the more so. Cheap, cheerful and organic is rare combo that the Pable Claro somehow pull off. Ripe but not jammy, earthy but not too tannic. Your regular table red totally drinkable and over delivers


About the Producer

La Mancha, Spain Dominio de Punctum is a “chateau” style winery located in Las Pedronñeras (Castilla La Mancha), halfway between Valencia and Madrid. This is a single family estate that includes more than 110 hectares of vineyards, 750 meters above sea level. The region’s sandy loam soils rich in limestone makes it an optimum place to grow grapes with unique personalities. The goal is...

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