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All Wines Monastrell El Campeador 2022
El Campeador

El Campeador 2022

James Suckling gives velvety, black-fruit El Campeador a solid 90pts!
Red - Medium to Full Bodied
90 , James Suckling, 2023
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El Campeador 2022
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El Campeador
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Red - Medium to Full Bodied
14.5% ABV
8.59 Units
750.00 ml
31 December, 2027
Wine Summary
It has been over 10 years since the first El Campeador had Spanish wine lovers clambering for more. The vineyards are situated around the small town of Jumilla, in the southern Spanish province of Murcia. A fine blend of Syrah (50%), Monastrell (40%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). The Syrah vines were planted at an altitude of between 650m and 700m, while the incredible 110-year-old Monastrell vineyard sits even higher and pre-dates the great phylloxera attack that devastated the region`s viticulture in the early 20th century. Year-round sunshine and scant rainfall, produces miniscule, low-yielding vines that develop intensely fruit-forward and richly aromatic grapes. The time in oak adds hints of vanilla and mocha to the dark mass of concentrated black fruits, all wrapped in a smooth and velvety texture. "Brambly and fruity nose full of ripecherries, nicely baked berries, grilled herbs and spices. Ripe and giving on the palate with fleshy, generous fruit and firm tannins. Drink now... 90pts" (