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Piedrasassi's Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Vineyard is medium to deep ruby-purple with jammy blueberry, black cherry, cassis, olive and fried bacon notes plus lilac, black raisin, fried herbs and granite tinges. Medium to full-bodied, it fleshes out in the mouth with oodles of ripe fruits and meaty layers, firm, pleasantly chewy tannins and great juicy acidity, finishing long. This has a nice interplay of savory nuances with dense, lush fruits.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
|Region:||Santa Barbara, CA|
93 POINTS, VINOUS
The 2017 Mourvèdre Harrison Clarke Vineyard is rich, sensual and inviting, with striking textural depth and nuance. The 2017 impresses with its counterpoint of richness and nuance. Moreover, it is flat-out delicious. Savory and earthy notes add complexity to a dark, sumptuous wine that offers so much immediacy and sheer appeal.
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