Other bottle sizes and vintages
£28.96/ 0.75 L btl
Drinking and storing
Ox fillet, Oxtail, Veal steak
Ratings and awards
|2018||94+ PK||95 PN|
|2016||92 SK||94 PK||93 PN|
|2015||93 PK||94 PN|
We never drunk San Román before and although the 2014 is still very young it had good body, noise and complexity but tendency to close. So the next bottle will be opened in 6 months because it was very promising but a bit too young to drink now.by: Robin (11/09/2017) - Vintage 2014
Great wine for a reasonable price!
This wine is so great, it is full off flavour, and not too oakey and would accompany red meat, game or robust cheese. Absolutely love it.by: grs (29/12/2016) - Vintage 2013
San Roman always delivers
Great big Toro wine, San Roman always delivers! Vanilla, fruit, chewy, would benefit from a few more years in the bottle.by: email@example.com (22/10/2019) - Vintage 2016
Really Nice Wine , Very Elegant , balanced with refinded tannins . I will buy few more bottles in the near future .by: David.Olofsson@mail.com (05/06/2020) - Vintage 2016
Very nice wine from Toro!
Even if it’s young it’s very good and for the price it’s one of my favourites.
San Román Bodegas y Viñedos
Bodegas San Román (Maurodos) is, to put it another way, Bodegas Mauro in the Toro denomination. Mariano García (Bodegas Mauro, Aalto) started this project in 1995, with vineyards of mainly Tinta de Toro grapes (90%) but also Garnacha, in Pedrosa del Rey, Villaester and San Román de Hornija. NOTE: The vineyards with which Bodegas y Viñedos Maurodos work, both their own and those of collaborating winegrowers, have organic certification . However, even...