San Román Bodega Y Viñedos Maurodos 2009
"The 2009 San Roman comes from 45-year-old bush vines or older in San Roman, Morales de Toro, Arjujillo, Villaester and El Pego between 720 and 760 meters and sees 24 months in new and used French (70%) and American (30%) oak. It offers a very seductive bouquet with luscious red berry fruit – raspberry, wild strawberry infused with crushed violets that open with aeration. The palate is full-bodied and very well-balanced, ripe succulent tannins, plush blueberry and black cherries forming the core followed by a silky, ripe, sensual, velvety smooth finish. Modern in style, but extremely well-crafted, this is a sensational, delicious Toro red...96" WA 04/13
External Reviews for San Román Bodega Y Viñedos Maurodos
Alluring notes of violet cardamom and cocoa frame cherry licorice and toast accents in this expressive red. The solid structure lends depth while the juicy acidity maintains freshness. Tinto de Toro. Drink now through 2020. T.M. Wine Spectator.
Food Pairings for San Román Bodega Y Viñedos Maurodos
With ripeness being easy to accomplish in Toro (particularly in 2009), it’s balance that is the hallmark of a great Toro producer. The Prima 2009 showcases its richness like a ballerina. Hints of toastiness linger, but it’s the vibrant fruit that carries the day.
Notes: 12 months French and American oak barrels various ages