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Unique 2007 Pago de San Gabriel Zubiola Lote No.1 Edicion Limitada Still Available for Limited Time from Classe Wines
Date:6/23/2013

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) June 23, 2013

Classe Wines has recently obtained fifteen cases of 2007 Pago de San Gabriel Zubiola Lote No.1 Edicion Limitada, a unique Spanish red wine from Navarra, offering Spanish wine enthusiasts a unique opportunity to add this wine to their collection while it is still available. It represents a chance to purchase a Spanish red wine with a creamy, toasty, and complex taste that has been rated 91 out of 100 by Guia Penin. The fifteen cases that classewines.com is offering for sale are part of a limited edition lot, and once these have been sold there will be no more reserves of this wine left anywhere in the world.

2007 Pago de San Gabriel Zubiola Lote No.1 Edicion Limitada is a limited edition wine that is made from 80 percent Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes, which are blended in with 15 percent Merlot grapes and five percent Cabernet Franc grapes. When this wine was reviewed by Guia Penin, it was given a score of 91, and reviewers noted its creamy, toasty taste was an embodiment of complexity. It possesses a powerful flavor with notes of spicy flavor and oak. It has a unique ripe fruit smell that contains hints of cola as well as cinnamon. With a taste of sweet blackberry and casis it is much more intense than regular Zubiola wines, and it has a sappy, persistent finish. It is great wine to serve guests at dinner with lamb, beef, or goose, or for more informal snacks with Brie, Camembert, bleu cheese or any other Spanish cheese or cold cut. This exclusive wine will make a fine addition to the collection of anyone who is enthusiastic about

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