What do I think:  It’s a Miracle that this wine has fooled so many along the way.  How it made it into Vintages is beyond me.  It’s wine, dry and relatively tasteless.  Under $10 it might have a home.

What the Experts Say: This Garnacha comes from hand-harvested grapes grown on gobelet-trained 35-year-old vines. It’s crafted in a crowd-pleasing style, with good freshness and balance, notes of cherry, plum, mocha, vanilla and spice, and an underlying suggestion of clove. This will be great with winter stews or roast lamb dinners.