Finca Torremilanos "Los Cantos" Ribera del Duero
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Finca Torremilanos "Los Cantos" Ribera del Duero - 2018

Item # 34607 750mL
$17.96/ Single Bottle
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$215.52 $193.97/ Case of 12
Color
Red
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Tasting Notes

A fresh and vibrant style of wine from the Ribera del Duero. This wine spends 16 months in French oak barrels. Delicious with pulled pork sandwiches.


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Staff Pick Notes

The art of aging wine is complex. Often a wine is over aged and may tastes of wood or looses its primary fruit characteristics. This wine is aged extremely well. First you get on your palate black fruit flavors such as blackberry and plum; then you get flavors of chocolate and a bit of tobacco as a finish.It's easy to drink but it has complexity and layers to discover. It also has a smooth tannin.Thank you to one of my co workers to introduce me to this wonderful wine. Andrea Fraccari

- AFR

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