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Malleolus Moro 2005
Emilio Moro, the founder of Bodegas Emilio Moro, was born in Pesquera de Duero, a wine area of time-honoured traditions, where some of the flagship wines of the Ribera del Duero appellation are now produced. It was in this year that the winerys first vineyard, Finca Resalso, was planted.
red fruit dominate, cherries and strawberries, new leather with an earthy finish
Jammy (but not too much so) with a lot of complexity and earthiness. Nice finish with some spice. Nice wine.
Tinto del País, just the way it should be. Full bodied, velvet texture with earth and spicy notes in long finish. Can't drink better Ribera del Duero for 20eur, I'm just sorry I didn't buy whole damn case :) Should age at least 5+ more years.
Un vinazo. De mis ribereños preferidos. En concreto este (el del 2005) tiene para mi gusto una relación calidad/precio imbatible.
External Reviews for Malleolus Moro
The 2005 Malleolus is 100% Tinta del Pais which was barrel-fermented and aged for 18 months in French oak. Dark ruby-colored, it offers an expressive perfume of toasty oak, pencil lead, spice box, mineral, and black fruits. This is followed by a structured, firm wine that has excellent depth and length. It will evolve for 5-7 years and provide pleasure through 2020. Deep ruby. Explosively perfumed, wild aromas of red and dark fruit liqueur, spices and flowers. Dense, sweet raspberry and blackberry flavors overwhelm the palate but possess uncanny freshness and improbable finesse, with no obvious tannins. Seems to get sweeter on the long, gently spicy finish and picks up a deeper espresso quality. At least as impressive as the superb 2004, and perhaps more elegant. This red offers ripe, jammy flavors of blackberry, currant, chocolate and licorice, with solid tannins and enough acidity to keep it lively. Expressive and appealing. Drink now through 2015. 400 cases imported. &ndash...
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The 2005 Emilio Moro is purple-colored with a complex bouquet of wood smoke, toast, crushed stone, and blackberry. Supple, ripe, and forward, this tasty wine will evolve for 1-2 years but can be enjoyed now through 2015. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A wine from Ribera Del Duero in Spain. 2005 Bodegas Emilio Moro Ribera del Duero 750ml
Black cherry and black plum flavors show focus and depth in this rich, polished red. Espresso and mineral notes add complexity, and there's a firm core of well-integrated tannins. Drink now through 2014. 1,000 cases imported. -TM The 2005 Emilio Moro is purple-colored with a complex bouquet of wood smoke, toast, crushed stone, and blackberry. Supple, ripe, and forward, this tasty wine will evolve for 1-2 years but can be enjoyed now through 2015. Deep red. Seductive cherry and mocha aromas are complicated by vanilla, anise and fresh rose. Fat and deep in dark fruit flavors, with gentle tannins and a bitter chocolate quality. Tightens up on the finish, which is impressively delineated, long and gripping. Air this out or age it. ** Only 19 in Stock **
Deep ruby. Explosively perfumed, wild aromas of red and dark fruit liqueur, spices and flowers. Dense, sweet raspberry and blackberry flavors overwhelm the palate but possess uncanny freshness and improbable finesse, with no obvious tannins. Seems to... Stephen Tanzer. A Proprietary Blend wine from Ribera Del Duero in Spain. 2005 Moro, Bodegas Emilio Malleolus 750ml
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