Bodegas Emilio Moro Tinto 2010
  • Made with 100% Tinta del Pais grapes
  • Layered on the palate with tons of fruit
  • Firm, lively red wine

90 Points - "Aromas of dried cheese, iodine and candied fruits settle with airing. In the mouth, this is firm and tannic, with savory, oaky flavors of hickory, blackened toast and roasted berry fruits. On the finish, there’s both weight and elegance." -Wine Enthusiast

COMPOSITION: 100% Tinta del Pais (Tempranillo)

TASTING NOTES:
[Refers to 2009 vintage] 91 Points - "Glass-staining ruby. Seductive aromas of blackberry and blueberry preserves, cherry-cola and rose, with a sexy incense note and a touch of allspice. Stains the palate with dark berry compote and spicecake flavors, with zesty minerality adding cut. Blends depth and vivacity smoothly, finishing with impressive clarity, a kiss of vanillin oak and lingering sweetness." -Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

[Refers to 2008 vintage] - 90 Points - "The 2008 Emilio Moro comes from vineyards ranging in age from 15 to 25 years and was aged for 12 months in seasoned French and American oak. It sports a pleasing perfume of balsam wood, clove, cinnamon, tapenade, mineral, and blackberry leading to a wine of considerable elegance with 2-3 years of aging potential. This savory, spicy effort will deliver optimum drinking from 2013 to 2020." -Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

ABOUT THE PRODUCER: The Moro family has been making wine in Ribera del Duero for more than 120 years. The family owns 173 acres of vineyards in several parcels within Pesquera de Duero. They are located at 1,950 ft in elevation on the banks of the Duero River. The vineyards used for Emilio Moro wines are 10-25 years old. On the other hand, the vineyards used for Malleolus are 25-75 years old. The oldest vines, over 80 years old, are in Malleolus de Valderramiro wine.

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