Raimat Tempranillo Costers del Segre 2007
Raimat produces wines that are an amalgam of classic Spanish style and contemporary expressiveness realized through constant innovation and a non-interventionist spirit. The wines show delineated varietal character with a clear, articulated terroir stamp, with the lightest influence possible imposed in the cellar. The red wines are vinified to yield ripe, supple yet firmly structured results, and a wide spectrum of oak barrels of different provenances allow subtle flavor orchestration in the finished wines. The style is concentrated yet balanced and elegant with refined texture and complex, integrated aromas.
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A great example of a Spanish Tempranillo with intense aromas of ripe dark berry fruit and raisins with spiced and smoky aromas reminiscent of oak ageing. Good silky tannins makes this the perfect wine for red meat and wild game. A pleasure to drink especially at such a reasonable price.
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Auge: intensives Kirschrot; Nase: die für Cabernet typischen Noten von Himbeeren und Brombeeren werden von roten Kirschen und gedünsteten Früchten des Tempranillo ergänzt; Gaumen: am Gaumen wird die fruchtige Eleganz des Weines durch Noten von getoasteter Eiche abgerundet
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Lighter and sleeker doesn’t mean less interesting; it means more elegance. Raimat’s version of Tempranillo depicts the stony character that you can often find in Costers del Segre red wines, with more fresh fruit notes than Rioja and a more gentle demeanor than Ribera del Duero’s iterations of the grape..
Aged 15 months in French Oak.
Aged 15 months in American Oak.
Notes: 15 months in American and French oak
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