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Toro Tinta de Toro

9.013 ratings
8.73 pro ratings
Toro, Castilla y León, Spain
Tinto de Toro
Top Notes For
Sipping Fine Wine

Deep Ruby with aromas of dark fruits, blossom and sweet spice, spending 20 months in new French oak, grapes grown mostly in alluvial sandy souls. On the palate flavors of blackberry and currants with notes of licorice, cacao and spice, savory. Full fine tannins, long finish ending with fruit, spice and mineral character, slight alcohol presence. Tried about a year ago, aging well!

Deep Ruby with aromas of dark fruits, blossom and sweet spice, spending 20 months in new French oak, grapes grown mostly in alluvial sandy souls. On the palate flavors of blackberry and currants with notes of licorice, cacao and spice, savory. Full fine tannins, long finish ending with fruit, spice and mineral character, slight alcohol presence. Tried about a year ago, aging well!

May 30th, 2021
Sipping Fine Wine

Deep Ruby with aromas of dark fruits, blossom and sweet spice, spending 20 months in new French oak, grapes grown mostly in alluvial sandy souls. On the palate flavors of blackberry and currants with notes of licorice, cacao and spice, savory. Full fine tannins, long finish ending with fruit, spice and mineral character, slight alcohol presence. Will age well!

Deep Ruby with aromas of dark fruits, blossom and sweet spice, spending 20 months in new French oak, grapes grown mostly in alluvial sandy souls. On the palate flavors of blackberry and currants with notes of licorice, cacao and spice, savory. Full fine tannins, long finish ending with fruit, spice and mineral character, slight alcohol presence. Will age well!

Oct 17th, 2020
Ming L
9.3

This is what I imagine a good Toro would be: a rich and powerful rendition of Tempranillo. Blackberry, plum, licorice, fig, incense, espresso, and earth. Exuberant and dense on the palate but there is enough acidity to carry the weight. Gripping tannins.
From the founder of Bodega Numanthia, and I think this is better than the Numanthia. Wish I bought more.

This is what I imagine a good Toro would be: a rich and powerful rendition of Tempranillo. Blackberry, plum, licorice, fig, incense, espresso, and earth. Exuberant and dense on the palate but there is enough acidity to carry the weight. Gripping tannins.
From the founder of Bodega Numanthia, and I think this is better than the Numanthia. Wish I bought more.

May 12th, 2021
Kendall Johnson

Black and blueberry, hint of spice, medium tannins; super tasty #hopvwineclub #coronavino

Black and blueberry, hint of spice, medium tannins; super tasty #hopvwineclub #coronavino

Dec 15th, 2020
Eric T
9.5

Bold and fruity, but goes down very smooth. Does not taste like a 15.5% alcohol wine at all.

Bold and fruity, but goes down very smooth. Does not taste like a 15.5% alcohol wine at all.

Nov 28th, 2020
Joe Gillies

Big, bold black fruit,smoke, clove, and mint. Very good and not for the faint of heart. Think Mollydooker but from Spain. Recommend with a nice, hearty steak.

Big, bold black fruit,smoke, clove, and mint. Very good and not for the faint of heart. Think Mollydooker but from Spain. Recommend with a nice, hearty steak.

Aug 28th, 2020
Stephen Mathews

Stephen had this 2 months ago

Stephen had this 2 months ago

Apr 10th, 2021
Carlos Valverde

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Apr 26th, 2021
Mark Schrader

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Mark had this 4 months ago

Mar 1st, 2021
Felip Tarragó

Felip had this 10 months ago

Felip had this 10 months ago

Aug 30th, 2020