External Reviews for Vinos Sin-Ley Vinos de Madrid Zestos
Medium red. Red fruit aromas accented by gentle rose and lavender nuances. Light in body, fresh and clean, offering bright, straightforward strawberry and cherry flavors and silky tannins. A great value.
The 2005 Zestos Especial is 85% Tempranillo and 15% Syrah raised in stainless steel. It has a more expansive bouquet, darker fruit, and is richer and fatter on the palate. It, too, is meant for near-term consumption.
Medium red. Perfumed, vibrant bouquet of fresh cherry, redcurrant and raspberry. Fresh and wonderfully sweet, with vibrant red berry flavors, bright acids and a suave mineral touch. This is amazingly pure and sweet for the price, with an energy and precision far above its station. Finishes clean and long, with a flavor of sweet raspberry.
Vivid red. Spicy raspberry and cherry aromas are strikingly fresh and pure. Lively and incisive on the palate with brisk flavors of wild strawberry raspberry and cherry preserves. Minerals kick in on the finish which is tangy precise and quite long. These vines are reportedly more than 60 years old.
About an hour south of Madrid you find the D.O. region Vinos de Madrid, where the great bargain wine Zestos Especial is produced. A blend of 85% Tempranllio and 15% Syrah, this wine is a perfect fit to nearly any dish. With the Tempranillo you get the full flavors and the sweet berry taste, and with the Syrah you get the spice and the deep color. Perfect for everyday drinking.
Vivid red. Spicy raspberry and cherry aromas are strikingly fresh and pure. Lively and incisive on the palate, with brisk flavors of wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry preserves. Minerals kick in on the finish, which is tangy, precise and quite long. These vines are reportedly more than 60 years old.
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