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Casa Pedro Domecq Reserva Real Vino Tinto 2007

Member Review by EMark:

Whoa! I guess they don't go in for filtering in Mexican winemaking. Lots of stuff stuck to the side of the bottle just beneath the cork. So, the wine is a tad murky in the glass. Initial nose is yeasty, but then some strawberry comes in. Initially, quite tart on the palate, but, then some fruit does come in. At first I do not get the tannin, but then around the edge of the tongue I do get that puckery sensation. This is not a complex wine by any means. On the contrary, it is quite simple. However, I think it is eminently drinkable. I received this wine from my brother-in-law who picked it up on one of his fishing trips to Santo Tomas in B.C. The wine is good, but I'm sure the fish were better.

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DOMECQ BODEGAS is the largest quality wine maker and exporter in Spain and the leading name in the Rioja appellation, with bodegas such as Juan Alcorta and Ysios, and wines known in over 60 countries, including Azpilicueta, Alcorta, Campo Viejo, or Siglo. DOMECQ BODEGAS’ eleven wineries are located in eight internationally prestigious winemaking areas - Rioja, Navarra, Rías Baixas, Ribe... Read more
DOMECQ BODEGAS is the largest quality wine maker and exporter in Spain and the leading name in the Rioja appellation, with bodegas such as Juan Alcorta and Ysios, and wines known in over 60 countries, including Azpilicueta, Alcorta, Campo Viejo, or Siglo. DOMECQ BODEGAS’ eleven wineries are located in eight internationally prestigious winemaking areas - Rioja, Navarra, Rías Baixas, Ribera del Duero, Rueda, La Mancha, Valdepeñas and Jumilla. The focus of every bodega is primarily on developing the individual character and quality of the wines, a concern reflected in the major investment made by the Group in vineyards, oenologists, casks, and other such essential resources aimed at preserving each bodegas’ individuality. In addition, the group also has a large volume division, with wines from various Spanish designations of origin, as well as table wines, flavoured wines (sangría) and liqueur wines from all our Bodegas. Read less

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Snooth User: EMark
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3.00 5
12/19/2011

Whoa! I guess they don't go in for filtering in Mexican winemaking. Lots of stuff stuck to the side of the bottle just beneath the cork. So, the wine is a tad murky in the glass. Initial nose is yeasty, but then some strawberry comes in. Initially, quite tart on the palate, but, then some fruit does come in. At first I do not get the tannin, but then around the edge of the tongue I do get that puckery sensation. This is not a complex wine by any means. On the contrary, it is quite simple. However, I think it is eminently drinkable. I received this wine from my brother-in-law who picked it up on one of his fishing trips to Santo Tomas in B.C. The wine is good, but I'm sure the fish were better.



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Alcohol: 14.3%

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