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The 2004 Terres de Vidalba Tocs Priorat is a blend of 35% Garnacha, 30% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Merlot from the Catalonia region in Spain and the ABV is 15%. The 2004 Vina Olabarri Gran Reserva is Tempranillo from the Rioja region in Spain and the ABV is 13.5%.
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2004 - Terres De Vidalba Tocs Priorat
"The 2004 Tocs was sourced from a single vineyard and is composed of 35% Garnacha, 30% Syrah, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Merlot aged for 16 months in 80% new French oak. Opaque purple-colored, it delivers a stimulating perfume of wood smoke, slate, espresso, blackberry, and black currant. Harmonious, ripe, and loaded with spicy red and black fruits, the wine has tons of flavor and a 60-second finish. It will evolve for several years and provide pleasure through 2020." 94 points - Jay Miller -Wine Advocate
"Vibrant cherry and blackberry aromas are underscored by bright mineral and exotic floral qualities; this received serious oak treatment but I don't find the wood intrusive. Sweet red fruit flavors are subtly complemented by floral pastille and Indian spices. The long, gently tannic finish features spicy, building flavors of redcurrant and cherry. A sample of the proposed 2005 version was almost as good, perhaps a tad more energetic but less deep." 91 points - Josh Raynolds - International Wine Cellar
"The Nebot-Vila family has backed up this project in El Priorat. The vines are in the municipality of Poboleda, in the northeast part of the DO, at the foot of Montsant. The steep vineyard is terraced, with two rows of vines on each terrace. The varieties are: Grenache, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The vines are trained in double cordon royat. There is a water pond to store water and a drip irrigation system to be used whenever it is necessary. The final result is TOCS, the first wine born from the property's grapes."
This was also rated 89 points by the Wine Spectator.
2004 - Vina Olabarri Gran Reserva
#23 on Wine Enthusiast's Top Wines of 2011
"Compact and solid as stone on the nose, with leather, earth, tobacco, spice and botanical aromas accenting bold berry fruit. Superb balance and grip showcase black fruit, chocolate and fine oak flavors. Toasty and quite fine as a whole. Drink now through 2016." 93 points Wine Enthusiast
"Tempranillo 80% and 20% Mazuelo and Graciano. Ageing 24 months in american and french oak vats and a minimum 36 months in the bottle. Ruby with brick-red glints, proper of a careful ageing. Incisive and penetrating complex aromas. Itâs big and balanced in the mouth, velvety and frank in the palate, showing its great evolution in the bottle." -Winery
"The original winery was founded in 1958 in Haro by Mr. Pablo Olabarri Bikandi. A great wine lover, in 1985 he jumped at the opportunity to acquire an old, derelict 19th-century winery at Calle Las Bodegas, 88. After rebuilding the winery, and due to the need for modern facilities to age and bottle high-quality Rioja wines, in 1989 he built the Haro winery, with a capacity for 4,000 casks and a hall for aging bottled wines with space for 800,000 bottles.
Pablo Olabarri passed away in 1990, while the winery was in the process of consolidating its position in wine markets. His son, Luis Olabarri, took over as winery manager, a post he continues to hold today." -Winery