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Finca Luzón Roble 2019

Finca Luzón Roble

2019
Jumilla (Spain)

A single varietal wine of this winery's predominant grape, the Monastrell, and a fine example of the...

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£5.78

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Finca Luzón Roble 2019

Producer

Alcohol content

14.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Review

A single varietal wine of this winery's predominant grape, the Monastrell, and a fine example of the Jumilla region's star indigenous variety. With its compact clusters and rounded berries, it was first mentioned to be growing there back in the 15th Century.

Aged for 4 months in French and American oak barrels.

Food pairing

Pork / Veal / White fish / Oily fish / Rice dishes / Salads / Roasts / Chicken / Pasta dishes / Vegetables / Semi-cured cheeses

Tasting notes

  • ViewGarnet / Reddish glints / Violet rim
  • Bouquet:Toasty notes / Higly aromatic / Ripe red fruit / Expressive / Fruit aromas / Oak wood
  • Mouth:Toasty notes / Flavoursome / Ripe tannins / Sweet spices / Smooth tannins / Fleshy / Lively / Fruit-forward / Glyceric

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Xavir (20/08/2020) - Vintage 2019

Rich & bold!

In the nose: chocolate, coffee, dark fruits and hints of ageing notes. Well balanced. Great value form money!

by: Nigel Logan (04/02/2019) - Vintage 2017

Par for the course

I've bought Luzon wines in Spain before and viewed them as consistent if somewhat unexciting as is often the case with big wineries. Given the context that Jumilla Monastrells offer value this is a delicious wine and a good introduction to the region's wines - ripe black fruit, smoky and full bodied - it is a safe bet.

Bodegas Luzón

Although established as such in the year 2000, Bodegas Luzón's origins stem from the union of a succession of Jumilla vine growers since 1916. After the Grupo Fuertes became involved in 2005, they started making significant investments and installing the most advanced equipment in the winery, thereby showing a commitment for the future and for quality. Owning 500 hectares of vineyards and enjoying a team as a workforce that includes land experts, lab technicians, oenologists ...