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Designation of Origin: D.O. Toro

Aging: 14 months in barrel of French oak from Allier

Variety: 100% Tinta de Toro grape

Tasting notes:

  • Visual stage: its appearance is dark cherry red colour with violet hues in the fine layer. Clean, very bright and with a beautiful colour sequence offers an unctuous and coloured tear.
  • Olfactory stage: shows elegant and intense scents of red berries, with a background of spices and a roasting given by French oak, in a perfect association.
  • Tasting stage: it presented fleshy, fresh and fruity, with young, lively and sweet tannins           which are full in the palate. Elegant and large in aftertaste, distinctive features of the harmony between fruits and fine woods.
    “Should decant, it can have natural sediments”.

  • Packaged a cardboard box of 6 bottles of 75 ml, in a individual cardboar box or in wood box with a bottle and in wood box with a bottle of Valdefama and Juan Rojo.

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  • vino-toro-libranza

    Libranza 2004: ROBERT PARKER. 94 Pts.

    Libranza 2005: ROBERT PARKER. 93 Pts. LA SELECCIÓN. Silver Medal.

    Libranza 2006:  93 p. Parker, 88 p. GUÍA INTERVINOS. Excelente 94 Pts. LA SELECCIÓN. MGold Medal. Guía ABC. 91 Pts. PREMIOS ARRIBES. Silver Medal. VEREMA. 95 Pts. INTERNACIONAL WINE CHALLENGE CATAVINUM. Gold Medal.

    Libranza 2009: Wine Up Guide 93,23 Pts, Tanzer 90 Pts, Verema 95 Pts.

    Libranza 2010: 90 p. Parker, La Semana Vitivinícola 93 Pts, Silver Medal. Tempranillos al Mundo 2016, Guía Peñín 90 Pts, Gold Medal. International Wine Challenge Catavinum. Gold Medal.


    Libranza 2014: GUÍA PEÑÍN. 91 Pts.  SILVER MEDAL DECANTER 2018

  • Is a complex and structured wine, with a lot of nuances that would combine perfectly with a T-bone steak, bluefin tuna or a Galician style octopus with pepper. And for finish the food and dessert, combines with dark chocolate of 96% of cocoa or chocolate and coffee bonbons.

    It’s great to enjoy a good table talk