Raul Pérez

Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León Prieto Picudo

9.218 ratings
9.34 pro ratings
Castilla y León, Spain
Prieto Picudo
Top Notes For
Jeremy Noye

CEO Morrell & Company

9.3

Bold and taunt. Big rips of acidity that gets meaty and olive in finish. Good balance and length.

Bold and taunt. Big rips of acidity that gets meaty and olive in finish. Good balance and length.

May 9th, 2020
Alejandro Medina

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Sep 28th, 2017
Erica Gamble

Bright, light in the mouth but deep flavor undertones. Really unique wine.

Bright, light in the mouth but deep flavor undertones. Really unique wine.

Sep 21st, 2019
Arden Barnett

So fresh and so clean

So fresh and so clean

Feb 11th, 2019
Pinotman /// Andreas

So fresh. Reminds me of Gamay at first. Deep dark red. Quite tannic dark berries black cherries hint cedar chalky a touch bitter. This has years to go. Needs many hours of decanting. Bottle 170 out of ? Very small production. From Max Kogod.

So fresh. Reminds me of Gamay at first. Deep dark red. Quite tannic dark berries black cherries hint cedar chalky a touch bitter. This has years to go. Needs many hours of decanting. Bottle 170 out of ? Very small production. From Max Kogod.

Jun 24th, 2018
Alexander Vadas

So much reduction and life-spritz!
Vivacity and minerality. Decades ahead

So much reduction and life-spritz!
Vivacity and minerality. Decades ahead

May 15th, 2018
Paul Phelps

Second of two bottles (first tasted in Oct 2014). Both were oxidized and unpalatable.

Second of two bottles (first tasted in Oct 2014). Both were oxidized and unpalatable.

Apr 24th, 2017
Nick Wolfe

This is the 2007 Raúl Pérez Prieto Picudo. Fantastic wine. Let it breathe for at least 2 hours to bring out a rich, full-bodied, dark wine. Nose is blueberries and white pepper. Palate is surprisingly bright with fine, rustic tannins. This is a very food-friendly with. Finish is very long. The combination of rich texture and bright acidity is a bit unusual and intriguing.

This is the 2007 Raúl Pérez Prieto Picudo. Fantastic wine. Let it breathe for at least 2 hours to bring out a rich, full-bodied, dark wine. Nose is blueberries and white pepper. Palate is surprisingly bright with fine, rustic tannins. This is a very food-friendly with. Finish is very long. The combination of rich texture and bright acidity is a bit unusual and intriguing.

Jan 17th, 2015
boyd

boyd had this 3 years ago

boyd had this 3 years ago

Mar 19th, 2018
Gary Hill

Gary had this 8 years ago

Gary had this 8 years ago

Oct 3rd, 2013