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Nice tempranillo, purchased at a bargain for 7.99. Cherry, plum and an oaky taste with a nice long finish. Smooth with a nice feel of mild tannins.... Read more
Fruity, light. I buy this wine regularly at my local wine store -- great value. Read more
This tempranillo and cabernet blend is garnet-red in colour with medium intensity. Cherry and plum dominate the fruity nose with hints of coffee i... Read more
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Nice tempranillo, purchased at a bargain for 7.99. Cherry, plum and an oaky taste with a nice long finish. Smooth with a nice feel of mild tannins. Would buy again
Fruity, light. I buy this wine regularly at my local wine store -- great value.
This tempranillo and cabernet blend is garnet-red in colour with medium intensity. Cherry and plum dominate the fruity nose with hints of coffee in the background. Good balance with medium body. Spice and plum flavours with a medium finish.
could be regular choise. nice, but not so strong in taste as rioja
Slight vegetal nose leads to earthiness in mouth, bits of strawberry, smoke and spices. Soft tannins and acidity but still offers good structure and chew. Bits of tar in aftertaste. Very easy to drink and at $9.99 this is a very good value.
Um bom tempranillo, macio no paladar, nada ácido, nada pesado para o cotidiano. Este ganha uma pequena porcentagem de Cabernet Sauvignon.
A gift from a friend. I really liked this, although it is lighter than my normal tastes. Very fruity and easy to drink.
External Reviews for Torres Coronas Tempranillo
Wine Tasting NotesDelicate floral aromas over a background of very ripe fruit (blackberry and strawberry), oak and truffles. Its tannins have a fruity, meaty structure that evolves into velvety touches of smoke and spices acquired during ageing.
<p>This smokey mid-weight Spanish red is made mostly Tempranillo grapes with a small proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine will best accompany meat, stews, casseroles, and traditional Spanish paella.</p>
|Sugar: 2.40 g/l grams per liter|
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