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Tandem Ars Nova Tempranillo Cabernet

This Spanish beauty is from the new-wave, modern producer, Tandem. It has a lovely waft of mint slice and blueberries, with some gutsy tannins that provide good support to olive tapenade and fennel notes. Tart cherry pie add depth with smoke and cedar notes lingering.
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