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El Nido 2019
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£129.25

/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti16.0%

The wine

El Nido is, to some extent, the opposite of Clío. Whereas for Clío the main variety is the Monastrell, for El Nido the leading light is the Bordeaux Cabernet Sauvignon, a grape which imposes its character and gives shape to a wine that's impressive from start to finish.

Even from appearance, its density with its Picota cherry colour and blueish tears tinting the glass, prepare us for a memorable experience. An expressive nose emits aromas of blueberries and blackberries complementing mineral ones, as well as hints of tobacco and chocolate. The toasty, oaky background adds an extra touch of complexity overall to a very complex and mature wine, yet at the same time easy to drink and understand. It signs off juicy and balsamic, making it abundantly clear why international critics absolutely adore it.

What does this wine taste like?

Light
Bold
Smooth
Tannic
Dry
Sweet
Soft
Acidic
View
Picota cherry red / Deeply-coloured
Bouquet
Fruit aromas / Ripe fruit / Leather / Toasted bread / Spicy notes
Mouth
Complex / Intense / Concentrated

Drinking and storing

16ºC

Food pairing

caza
Game
carnes-rojas
Red meat

Roast lamb / Oven-cooked game meat / Beef entrecôte

Ratings and awards

201994 PK
201893 PK
201795+ PK
201695 PK
201595 PK
200896 PK95 PN
PK: ParkerPN: Peñín

Customer reviews

5.0/5
2 reviews
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The winery

Bodegas El Nido

Bodegas El Nido

Bodegas El Nido started out as such in the year 2001. In the hands of the Gil family and the prestigious Australian winemaker Chris Ringland, the first bottles of Nido and Clío were launched onto the market in 2002. Located in the Aragona Valley, just outside the town of Jumilla, the winery lies on stony, limestone soils on a sandy base at around 800 metres above sea level. The vines, dispersed among small parcels mostly situated close to the winery, grow facing north....

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