Most Popular Red Wines
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Luis Canas Rioja Reserva
Decanter-Rioja, Spain-“Fresh and sweet with ripe aromas of dark violets, citrus leaf and sweet spice with a touch of beeswax. Summer pudding and vanilla cream dominate the palate with juicy and concentrated plum and cherry flavours.”
This young, oaky Tinto Fino opens with charred aromas, but soon scents transition to cheesy and chocolaty. This wine is bullish in texture, with a ton of oak-driven clove, spice and burnt flavors. For the most part, fruit is not a big factor, as the “roble” in this wine drives the car.
From the makers of Vega Sicilia, this estate was founded in 1986. This is a modern-style wine made from 100% Tempranillo, showing opulent fruit in the mouth, with a toasty vanilla finish.
3 Ases Crianza
Bright dark ruby black color. Fruity, toasty aromas of cherry clafoutis, cherimoya, cream, and gravel with a chewy, tangy, dry medium-full body and a warming, layered finish with fruit, grippy, firm tannins and moderate oak.
Pago Casa del Blanco elaborates this 2008 Brújula , a red wine from VT Castilla vinified with merlot from 2008 and has an alcohol content of 13%. According to Uvinum users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.
Finca la Rana
A wonderful representation of how incredibly unique wine from Toro can be! I had the pleasure of meeting the winemaker, Javier Ortega, who is producing wine from vines almost 150 years of age!! This “entry level” wine may even rival some great Bordeaux and is certainly as aromatically complex as such. Strong tannins, balanced acidity, full bodied and meant for contemplating. And the price? Phenomenal!
Vina Oria is an unoaked medium bodied red made from the finest 30 year old Garnacha grapes from the Convinca estate at Longares. The vines are grown at an altitude of 600 metres above sea level maximising the delicious fruit structure of the grapes.