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||90 Pts Josh Raynolds - Vinous Media||Size:||750ML
||Castille and Leon
||Tempranillo / Tinto Fino / Tinta Roriz, Grenache / Garnacha
90 Pts Josh Raynolds - Vinous Media
"(90% tempranillo and 10% garnacha, aged in used French and American oak): Vivid ruby. Pungent, smoky dark berries on the nose, with complicating mineral and floral notes adding energy and vivacity. Silky and pliant in texture, with open-knit cherry and blackberry flavors lifted by a subtle floral pastille quality. Finishes with good clarity and spicy bite and gentle tannic grip." (10/13)
88-90 Pts Neal Martin - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 2011 Prima is a barrel sample, a blend of 90% Tinto de Toro and 10% Garnacha aged in new and used French and American oak for 12 months. The nose is rather reticent with smoky black fruit and a touch of black olive, but the palate appears well-balanced with grippy tannins that segue into a succulent blackberry and spice-tinged finish. I would afford this wine another two years in the cellar once bottled. Drink 2014-2018."
"Bodegas y Vinedos Maurodos is one of the leading lights of Toro. Founded in 1997 by former Vega Sicilia winemaker Mariano Garcia Fernandez, they own 60 hectares of vineyard in San Roman de Villaester and Hornija, mainly planted with Tinta de Toro and Garnacha, the average age of vines around 35 years interpolated with vines on un-grafted rootstock. The oak aging here is very prudent, with around 20% renewed each year, both French and American. The present winemaker is Marianoâs son Eduardo Garcia Montana, who trained in Bordeaux and Burgundy among other regions. These exceptional wines were suffused with personality, purity, a life-affirming sense of 'controlled opulence' that, to be frank, put many a more expensive Toro wine in its shade. What is more, a bottle of 2001 San Roman testified to a Toro that truly does age with style and panache." (04/13)
"This is a wine made by Mariano Garcia, owner of Bodegas Maurodos, from vineyards planted in sandy clay soils in three different areas in Toro. The average age of the vines are 20 years old. Harvested by hand and selection of grapes in the vineyard. Aged for 11 months in oak barrels. Unfiltered. This wine shows the unmistakable touch of Mariano's masterful use of oak whereby concentrated dark fruit aromas and toasted, spicy aromas from oak coexist and it is nearly impossible to tell one from the other."
"The grapes for Prima are sourced from vines averaging 25 years of age from the villages of San Roman de Hornija, Villaster, Morales de Tor and Villafranca de Duero. The vineyards for this wine are growing in sandy-clay soils with gravelly subsoils as opposed to the stonier soils of fruit sourced for San Roman. Vineyards are trained both en vaso and to wire. The young estate vines were planted at higher density. " - Winery