Encore complexe et équilibré... des accents de prunes s’ajoutent à vm la vanille et au mûres!
2009... — 2 months ago
Tempranillo from north central Toro region in the Duero river valley. Area endures sweltering summers to produce rich and tannic wines with black fruit and scorched earthiness. "Crianza" classification ensures it is aged 24 months with at least 6 in the barrel. DOP tier is highest quality, with VP, DOQ, and DO like this particular wine. Spain's top variety. - Wine Folly. Bright nose of cherry, nice high acidity without being tart, brief tannin, medium to light body and stone like dusty bittersweet chocolate long finish. Shines through with the spaghetti sauce but doesn't get in the way. Decanted 50 minutes. — 5 months ago
nice good red wine - you should always have some bottels in your cave ;-) — 4 years ago
2014. Bretty and cherry meld together well. — 2 years ago
Super meaty on the nose upon opening and it took about 2 hours for it to mostly burn off in the decanter while drinking other wines. When it did make it into the glass, it was just incredibly brutish for its age, tannins to grip for minutes. Dark inky opaque color with a burnt orange rim - aromas of leather, cigar ash, grilled meat, black pepper, allspice blend, dried cherries, bruised red apples. Firm structured on the pallet - cigar smoke, luxardo cherry, black pepper, cedar, and leather. Loved this wine, and for a Crianza it was serious and in need of age. — 3 years ago