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Details for Barbazul Tinto Roble 2017
Red Young Crianza
Tintilla, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet sauvignon
Bottle size and vintage
This is Taberner's junior, a young red wine that is fresh and lively, aged for 5 months in French oak barrels.
A dark cherry colour with violet hues, it has a complex nose exuding aromas of citrus fruits, fig leaves and aromatic herbs. Flavoursome and fresh on the palate, it shows well-balanced acidity and considerable length.
- ViewPicota cherry red / Violet glints
- Bouquet:Complex / Herbaceous notes / Balsamic notes
- Mouth:Fresh / Flavoursome / Long / Well-integrated acidity
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14º C and 16º C
Perhaps a little fresher than more recent vintages with particularly lifted aromatics on the nose. Terrific fruit and great balance leading to a long refreshing finish.by: Franjocamba (12 Mar) - Vintage 2017
Afrutado, elegante, bueno para comer con casi todo, desde un buen pescado hasta una buena carne. Un gran descubrimiento y a un precio imbatibleby: Axel S. (01/09/2019) - Vintage 2017
Ich trinke diesen Wein seit dem Jahrgang 2009. Leider gefallen mit die letzten drei - vier Jahrgänge nicht mehr so recht. Zu wenig Substanz; eher eine Genuss-Klasse tiefer als früher. Schade.by: Harriet Bergström (17/12/2018) - Vintage 2016
I like Ribera del Duero vines! It’s the best vine you can get. And I am so satisfied vith the service from Vinissimus!by: justbarock (12/07/2018) - Vintage 2016
My palate is used to young wines which have less alcoholic strength than this Barbazul but with more quaffing I think I could get used to it! Needs, I think, to accompany hearty food such as a beef stew or spag bol. I sense that it will improve with age but will find it difficult to keep it very long. Classy young wine.
Huerta de Albalá
Mariano Taberner Montoro is directly responsible for the architectural project of this Cádiz winery, designed in the style of a French château, surrounded by vineyards, and resembling an Andalusian country house farm. Moreover, it has the substantial backing of Vicente Taberner, the Valencian businessman so enthusiastic about wine that he decided to purchase this estate, la Huerta de Albalá, realising it was steeped in history, for producing his own wines under the Vino de la...