Condado de Haza Ribera del Duero 2007

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Buffalo, NY (280 mi)
USD 26.99
750ml
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Funky and leathery, and with a bit of ass in the glass this smells great. Sure it’s going to be a polarizing wine but life would suck without wines... Read more

Condado de Haza, part of the Pesquera group, focuses its production on a hillside vineyard of gravel and limestone, planted towards the end of the ... Read more

This polished red features restrained but harmonious flavors of cherry, licorice, smoke and tar, with firm but refined tannins. Not expressive now,... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Condado de Haza Ribera del Duero

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065197,674
4.00 5
03/14/2014

Funky and leathery, and with a bit of ass in the glass this smells great. Sure it’s going to be a polarizing wine but life would suck without wines that smell like this in the mix. There’s surprising freshness here as well with smoke and coffee accents framing a core of spicy blackberry and almost strawberry toned fruit that picks up hints of chinese five spice and soy in the glass. Medium light bodied on entry, light and elegant in the mouth. The tannins here have melted away but this remains fresh and surprisingly pretty in the mouth with lovely bitter, wild cherry accented fruit that shows a bit of a beefy edge. The tannins do build in the mouth, nicely balanced by tart acids that bring out the sour plumy fruit on the palate. The finish is driven by ink and mineral flavors with a hint of wild blueberry on the finale. This is at early peak and is delicious today, having retained tons of fresh fruit and gained nuance and textural harmony with age. It’s a surprisingly delicate and somewhat refined Ribera, though it retains the powerful tannins these wines are known for. 90pts


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External Reviews for Condado de Haza Ribera del Duero

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Condado de Haza, part of the Pesquera group, focuses its production on a hillside vineyard of gravel and limestone, planted towards the end of the 1980s by Alejandro Fernandaacute;ndez. The vines tend to give wines of great concentration and aging potential andmdash; like this intense tempranillo with mineral aromas and surprisingly fresh cherry scents. The delicious fruit bathes in tannins as firm as steel. Give this five years in the cellar for that structure to mellow.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
10/31/2012

This polished red features restrained but harmonious flavors of cherry, licorice, smoke and tar, with firm but refined tannins. Not expressive now, but there's some depth. Drink now through 2015.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

The dark, brambly aromas are subtly overlaid with tobacco, vanilla and dried spices. Earthy notes bolster the black cherries and plums on the palate. Finishes with firm tannins, but theyrsquo;re mellow enough to make this wine drinkable now with rare beef or lamb.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

An ambitious tinto fino, this is red-fruited as ripe roriz (the varietyrsquo;s name further down the river in Portugalrsquo;s Douro). Itrsquo;s also showing substantial oak, especially in the smoky, bacony aroma. This seems pushed to a Port-like ripeness and hasnrsquo;t yet fleshed out to carry all that ripeness. Age it to allow the fruit to mellow as it absorbs some of the oak.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
04/10/2014

Ruby-red. Musky aromas of berry skin and cherry, with complicating notes of dried flowers and herbs. Firm on entry, then fleshier in the middle, offering sweet red fruit flavors and a subtle peppery quality. Sweeter on the anise-tinged finish, where the cherry element lingers with good intensity. This will be drinking well soon, or could even be enjoyed now with a little aeration.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Lush, modern red. Toast and vanilla flavors wrap around blackberry and plum flavors, supported by ripe, full tannins and a generous texture. Itrsquo;s balanced and lively. Best from 2004 through 2010.


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