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Pintia Toro 2003
Deep purple in color. The nose is smokey cherry with some minerality. medium high acidity with firm big tannins. Huge fruit appears to be hidden behind the tannins with minerals, cherry and cinnamon making it to the forefront. Long ways to go on this wine. 4.5/5 [NR]Add winemaker's notes
In 1864, Eloy Lecanda founded the winery that symbolizes the golden legend of Spanish red wine. Throughout its long history, it has belonged to different owners, although it has always maintained an unquestionable personality, making concentrated, mature, generous and extremely elegant. Discover how a unique myth in European wine culture is forged.
Deep purple in color. The nose is smokey cherry with some minerality. medium high acidity with firm big tannins. Huge fruit appears to be hidden behind the tannins with minerals, cherry and cinnamon making it to the forefront. Long ways to go on this wine. 4.5/5 [NR]
Drank the Pintia 2003 in early 2008. Extreme power of tannins, dark and too young I suppose. My 2. bottle will be in the cellar for a while.
Three and a half glasses
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From the makers of Vega Sicilia comes this powerfully structured wine from the up-and-coming region of Toro. Toro is located down river from the Ribera Del Duero in an area that is hotter and wilder. Pintia, made from 100% Tinta de Toro, this wine has the elegance and complexity of Vega Sicilia, with the spiciness and power of Toro.
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