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Torres Ibericos Crianza 2009

Winemaker's Notes:

Big arreau cherry colour. Intense nose with traces of plum and black fruit compote accompanied by dark-roasted spice notes from aging in barrel. Sweet on the attack with mild tannins. Long, spiced aftertaste. Serving suggestions: Owing to the tannic and fruity characteristics, this wine pairs well with a great variety of meat dishes including roasts and game.

Region: Spain » Rioja
Winery: Torres
Color: Red
Varietal: tempranillo
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Torres:
  Torres is one of the world’s most recognizable brands of Spanish wine and is 100% family owned. The company was founded by Jaime and Miguel Torres in 1870, and is now overseen by 4th generation wine producer Miguel Angel Torres. The headquarters of the winery is in Vilafranca del Penèdes in Catalonia, although the family controls several wineries throughout Spain as w... Read more
  Torres is one of the world’s most recognizable brands of Spanish wine and is 100% family owned. The company was founded by Jaime and Miguel Torres in 1870, and is now overseen by 4th generation wine producer Miguel Angel Torres. The headquarters of the winery is in Vilafranca del Penèdes in Catalonia, although the family controls several wineries throughout Spain as well as Chile and California. The wines range from entry level premiums, such as Sangre de Toro (the one with the little bull charm on its neck), to quality-driven mid and higher priced ranges, as well as dessert wines and brandies.    A large percentage of the Torres vineyards are organic and sustainable, with efforts to increase those numbers. They also contribute to wildlife conservation efforts with a fund to protect the Bonelli's Eagle in Catalonia and the Condor in Chile.  Read less

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Big arreau cherry colour. Intense nose with traces of plum and black fruit compote accompanied by dark-roasted spice notes from aging in barrel. Sweet on the attack with mild tannins. Long, spiced aftertaste. Serving suggestions: Owing to the tannic and fruity characteristics, this wine pairs well with a great variety of meat dishes including roasts and game.

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