A deep, cherry red color. Intense aromas of mature, ripe black fruits, integrated with well balanced toasty touches. ...Read more...
Very fresh and lively on the nose with immediate notes of blueberry pie, violet pastille, light sage and eucalyptus. This smells rather sophisticat... Read more
Smooth, balanced, delightful, with fruit surrounded by gripping tannins, a right level of acid, and finish of mineral-metal and fruit. Grown in l... Read more
Fresh vanilla and licorice aroma - very barrel driven, with some moderate notes of eucalyptus. The body approaches with well rounded and sumptuou... Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Bodegas Emilio Moro Ribera del Duero
Very fresh and lively on the nose with immediate notes of blueberry pie, violet pastille, light sage and eucalyptus. This smells rather sophisticated with a gentle perfume-like note of vetiver, vanilla flowers and toasty spices. On entry, this shows flashes of gamy, campfire flavors that are quickly subsumed by clear, earthy wild raspberry fruit flavors and nuanced notes of dried herbs, a hint of green anise seed and dry, toasty oak notes. The tannins here are superbly managed and firm yet discreet. Acidity lends a juicy edge to the increasing, distinct wild berry fruit. The finish is fairly long with a nice herbal seed note punctuating the slightly candied boysenberry fruit. There's a lot of fruit here but it's not as fruity as it sounds, with lovely grace notes of leather and earth grounding the palate. Rather sophisticated on the palate as well. 91pts
Smooth, balanced, delightful, with fruit surrounded by gripping tannins, a right level of acid, and finish of mineral-metal and fruit. Grown in limestone soils.
Fresh vanilla and licorice aroma - very barrel driven, with some moderate notes of eucalyptus. The body approaches with well rounded and sumptuous plum and black fruit. The finish is very smooth.
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Typical tempranillo nose, fruit-forward with a hint of smoke, vanilla, and leather. Well-structured palate, black cherries. Medium tannins on the finish. This is a wonderful "sipper" and would serve as a great introduction for someone who has never tried tempranillo. Paired nicely with seasoned flank steak. Emilio Moro has another hit. 88 points.
I'm relatively new to Tempranillo, and to wines from Spain. I picked this up as I wanted to try something from Ribera Del Duero since I'd read a lot about it. This wine did not disappoint. Deep dark purple color. I got a noticable fruit aroma (I could not pinpoint which one) backed up by a hint of vanilla as well as some smoke. Just a neat aroma combination. On tasting the wine was very well balanced - not too many tannins but enough to know they were there. A bit of a strong finish, but I think that was partly due to the relatively high alcohol content. All in all a great wine, especially at the under $20 price point.
Nice,it needs two more years in bottle
Jammy (but not too much so) with a lot of complexity and earthiness. Nice finish with some spice. Nice wine.
External Reviews for Bodegas Emilio Moro Ribera del Duero
Emilio Moro Ribera Del Duero is a classic, in the 2009 vintage the wine's aromatics are very forward with bright red fruit character, cola, and spice notes.
Dunkle, reife Kirschen, sehr druckvoll mit einer Vanille- und Kräuternote. Im Gaumen eine kräftige und fleischige Struktur mit präsenten und runden Tanninen.
In der Nase Cassis, schwarze Kirschen, Oliven, Lakritze sowie gut integrierte Holznoten. Am Gaumen herrlich dicht, feine Extraktsüsse, klar strukturiert und gekonnt gebündelt bis ins lange Finale. Ein genialer Klassiker und jedes Jahr aufs Neue ein Bestseller.
Ribera del Duero, SpainEmilio Moro Ribera del Duero is a gorgeous red of Tempranillo from the Moro family, making wine in the Ribera del Duero region of Spain for over 120 years. This wine received a 91-point rating from Stephen Tanzer. Wine Spectator selected the 2006 vintage among its Top 100 Wines of 2009. We just think it's a great red wine gem! Only 1000 cases imported.Emilio Moro Ribera del Duero is dark ruby in color with a beautiful bouquet of blackberry, cherry, anise and earth. Full in body with silky tannins, the palate offers cherries, blackberries, figs and spice. Aged for 12 months in French and American oak, it is well balanced to enjoy now and over the next 12-15 years. It lingers impressively on the finish.Enjoy Emilio Moro Ribera del Duero with roast pork, lamb, grilled steak, paella, and aged cheeses.
Offene Nase, reife, schwarze Beeren, Oliven, Lederaromen sowie gut integrierte Holznoten. Am Gaumen herrlich mundfüllend, dicht und mit einer feinen Tanninstruktur. Ein genialer Klassiker und ein perfekter Speisebegleiter.
A delicious example of Ribera del Duero, this 100% Tempranillo comes from a family run estate. Densely packed with black raspberry and current fruit, and a hint of tobacco, this wine possesses a velvet texture and a long finish.
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From the estate's younger Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) vines and aged in French oak for 4 months. Dark ruby-colored, it exhibits a nicely perfumed nose of violets, spice box, leather, and black cherry. This is followed by a medium to full-bodied wine with plenty of savory fruit, an easy-going personality, and excellent depth.
A deep, cherry red color. Intense aromas of mature, ripe black fruits, integrated with well balanced toasty touches. Powerful on the palette, it is full, meaty and rich with thick black-fruit tannins Vanilla, balsamic and spicy touches from fine quality oak. The finish is long and full.
<p>This bright red wine, medium to full-bodied wine was aged in oak for 8 months. It has a layered, intense bouquet that includes both red and black fruits. Tannins are sweet. Jay Miller of The Wine Advocate notes a palate of “concentrated, spicy black fruit.”</p>
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