The 2005 Gran Elias Mora is 100% Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) from the Toro region in Spain and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2004 Dettori Tuderi is 100% Cannonau from Sardinia in Italy and the ABV is 14.5%.
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2005 GRAN ELIAS MORA TORO
"This red has an iron grip now, but there's impressive concentration, and once the tannins release, it shows rich cassis, coffee, anise and tar notes that unfold on the finish. Great density and balance. Best after 2009. 830 cases made." -95 points Wine Spectator
"The 2005 Gran Elias Mora was sourced from a single vineyard with 70+ year-old vines. It spent 17 months in new French oak and was bottled without filtration. Purple/black in color, it offers a distinguished bouquet of pain grille, scorched earth, violets, lavender, blackberry, and licorice. This leads to a powerful, full-bodied, opulent wine with layers of flavor and lots of ripe tannin. The wine is balanced but will require patience. At least a decade of cellaring is warranted and it should continue to drink well through 2035." -93 points- Jay Miller- Wine Advocate
"Inky ruby color. Hugely aromatic, alluring bouquet of blackberry and cherry compote, with suave oak spices and cured tobacco adding complexity. Lush and creamy on the palate, with slow-building acidity contributing energy and cut to the sweet dark berry and candied cherry flavors. Tannins build on the finish, which strongly echoes the sweet dark berry qualities. This is already really seductive." -93 points- Josh Raynolds- International Wine Cellar
"This wine, coming from the Wolf's Hill area, is only produced in exceptional years and undergoes an extremely vigorous triage process. This is 100% Tinto de Toro (Tempranillo). It ages for 17 months in French oak barrels. Deep and fresh bouquet of ripe black fruit with mineral notes and hints of tobacco. On the palate, this is powerful and complex with mingling sweet, well-structured tannins, including violet, liquorice, balsamic, and tobacco touched. Subtle and sophisticated." -Winery
2004 DETTORI TUDERI
"The 2004 Tuderi is especially successful. This is an especially refined, elegant wine redolent of candied cherries, dried flowers and spices, with clean minerally notes that frame the long finish. The Tuderi is made from 60-year old Cannonau vines. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2014." -92 points- Antonio Galloni- Wine Advocate
"[Tuderi] is the name of the rock overhanging the vineyards and facing the sea. We recommend to drink it at 13/15Â°C, after oxygenation. Try to follow its oxidative evolution. You can drink it pleasantly with most dishes. All our wines need time, once opened, to express themselves. Drink from a big glass with a tulip shape."
"The grapes were hand-harvested and as always transported in boxes inside our Refrigerated Truck. The grapes were only de-stemmed and left to macerate for ten days at a controlled temperature. Decantation and maceration took place in small cement tanks until bottling in the month of May/June. The wine was not clarified, filtered or stabilized. Hand bottled. Once bottled the wine is left to ripen in a cellar with a strictly controlled temperature." -Winery
"Skin maceration for 7-10 days, alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation in steel. Aged in cement vats for 4 months and in stainless steel for 4 months. Total production of 5,000 bottles."
"Alessandro Dettori is working outside of the box with the ingenuity and passion. He is vinifying with traditional methods in cement and his concentration levels from hundred year old vines is daunting. Three Cannonaus are done without wood and possess striking extraction and character. Tuderi, Tenores and Dettori Rosso are based on vineyard age and resultant alcohol level."-Importer
Ian D'Agata of the International Wine Cellar
rated this 89 points.