Rafael Cambra Uno 2007

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Kölner Weinkeller
Köln, DE (5,800 mi)
EUR 18.50
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750ml
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Slightly more backward, but just as promising as the Dos, is the 2003 Uno (100% Mourvedre). A dense blue/purple color is followed by aromas of asph... Read more

Dark, purply red legs that actually coat the glass a pinkish-purple color. Opaque in color andmdash; the thick skinned Monastrell is capable of dee... Read more

Slightly more backward, but just as promising as the Dos, is the 2003 Uno (100% Mourvedre). A dense blue/purple color is followed by aromas of asph... Read more

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External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2003 05/18/2011

Slightly more backward, but just as promising as the Dos, is the 2003 Uno (100% Mourvedre). A dense blue/purple color is followed by aromas of asphalt, minerals, blue and black fruits, and scorched earth. This big, full-bodied, pure, surprisingly elegant offering will benefit from another 2-3 months in bottle (or decant it for an hour or so in advance), and drink it over the following 5-7 years.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2003 01/10/2013

Dark, purply red legs that actually coat the glass a pinkish-purple color. Opaque in color andmdash; the thick skinned Monastrell is capable of deep intensity. Ruby red rim showing just a tiny bit of age. Blueberry and blackberry on the nose with an underlying waft of gravely earth. Lush, ripe texture, full-bodied with low acidity (typical of the hot 2003 vintage) and fine, but medium-high tannins. This 100% old vine Monastrell still tastes young. Fruits on the nose carry over to the palate with the addition of white chocolate and a bit of graphite. Long finish. Excellent wine.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2003 01/10/2013

Slightly more backward, but just as promising as the Dos, is the 2003 Uno (100% Mourvedre). A dense blue/purple color is followed by aromas of asphalt, minerals, blue and black fruits, and scorched earth. This big, full-bodied, pure, surprisingly elegant offering will benefit from another 2andndash;3 months in bottle (or decant it for an hour or so in advance), and drink it over the following 5andndash;7 years.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2003 02/14/2013

Dark purply red legs that actually coat the glass a pinkish-purple color. Opaque in color — the thick skinned Monastrell is capable of deep intensity. Ruby red rim showing just a tiny bit of age. Blueberry and blackberry on the nose with an underlying waft of gravely earth. Lush ripe texture full-bodied with low acidity (typical of the hot 2003 vintage) and fine but medium-high tannins. This 100% old vine Monastrell still tastes young. Fruits on the nose carry over to the palate with the addition of white chocolate and a bit of graphite. Long finish. Excellent wine.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2003 03/26/2013

Slightly more backward, but just as promising as the Dos, is the 2003 Uno (100% Mourvedre). A dense blue/purple color is followed by aromas of asphalt, minerals, blue and black fruits, and scorched earth. This big, full-bodied, pure, surprisingly elegant offering will benefit from another 2–3 months in bottle (or decant it for an hour or so in advance), and drink it over the following 5–7 years.


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