El Posadero 2009

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

If you loved the Zestos and Zestos Especial, Jeromin’s El Posadero is definitely worth checking out. A blend of 85% Tempanillo with 15% Syrah, this medium-bodied red is loaded with juicy black fruit and rich spice notes. Terrific for sipping, the Posadero also complements a wide range of meat and hearty vegetable dishes — I especially loved it with a spicy sausage paella. Food pairing: red meats, pasta Flavor type: fruit-forward Body type: medium Finish: rich

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Region: Spain » Madrid

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  • 2009

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Winery: Vinos Jeromín
Color: Red
Varietal: tempranillo
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External Reviews for El Posadero

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
06/07/2013

If you loved the Zestos and Zestos Especial, Jeromin’s El Posadero is definitely worth checking out. A blend of 85% Tempanillo with 15% Syrah, this medium-bodied red is loaded with juicy black fruit and rich spice notes. Terrific for sipping, the Posadero also complements a wide range of meat and hearty vegetable dishes — I especially loved it with a spicy sausage paella. Food pairing: red meats, pasta Flavor type: fruit-forward Body type: medium Finish: rich


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

If you loved the Zestos and Zestos Especial, Jeromin's El Posadero is definitely worth checking out. A blend of 85% Tempanillo with 15% Syrah, this medium-bodied red is loaded with juicy black fruit and rich spice notes. Terrific for sipping, the Posadero also complements a wide range of meat and hearty vegetable dishes - I especially loved it with a spicy sausage paella.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Deep ruby. Blueberry and violet aromas are complicated by smoke and cracked pepper; seems like there's more syrah in here. Energetic dark fruit flavors are a bit clenched initially but gain flesh with aeration and pick up more sweetness. A peppery quality lingers on the smoky, slightly rigid finish. This needs a little air.


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

Deep ruby. Blueberry and violet aromas are complicated by smoke and cracked pepper; seems like thereandrsquo;s more syrah in here. Energetic dark fruit flavors are a bit clenched initially but gain flesh with aeration and pick up more sweetness. A peppery quality lingers on the smoky, slightly rigid finish. This needs a little air.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

The 2009 El Posadero is made up of 85% Tempranillo and 15% Syrah aged in stainless steel. Deep crimson-colored, it displays a bouquet of earth, mineral, game, leather, and blackberry. On the palate it has similar tannin issues which clip the finish but there is enough fruit to provide immediate pleasure.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
12/24/2014

Deep ruby. Blueberry and violet aromas are complicated by smoke and cracked pepper; seems like there’s more syrah in here. Energetic dark fruit flavors are a bit clenched initially but gain flesh with aeration and pick up more sweetness. A peppery quality lingers on the smoky, slightly rigid finish. This needs a little air.


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

If you loved the Zestos and Zestos Especial, Jerominandrsquo;s El Posadero is definitely worth checking out. A blend of 85% Tempanillo with 15% Syrah, this medium-bodied red is loaded with juicy black fruit and rich spice notes. Terrific for sipping, the Posadero also complements a wide range of meat and hearty vegetable dishes andmdash; I especially loved it with a spicy sausage paella.


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