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Dominio los Pinos, Los Pin0s % Tinto - 2016

Item # 29215 750mL
$19.96 $14.96 / Single Bottle
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$239.52 $179.52/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

In the world of wine, there's a strong contingent of winemakers who espouse the use of ambient yeasts for fermentation (as opposed to lab yeasts) along with not adding additional sulfur (to preserve the fruit character). From Valencia, Spain and a great example of the new guard of Spanish winemaking, this is great with cured salmon or ham.


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