"This is 100% Tempranillo from Spain's Toro region located in the North West. This has dusty aromas of cigar box, cedar, leather and anise. This is quite the monster and needs some time to mature. It shows some tighter flavors of plum and spice, but this will soften and develop in a few more years. Worth the wait!"
Ultimate Wine Shop
A plush texture carries alluring flavors of mocha, boysenberry, tobacco and spice in this oaky, modern red. Muscular tannins are not intrusive, and this turns sweet and chocolaty on the finish. Drink now through 2014.
With each vintage this bruising Toro gets more comfortable and familiar. Yes, it's still a tannic behemoth with a ton of new oak, but under all that bluster there's wonderful Tinta de Toro blackberry, licorice and tobacco flavors. And the finish of mocha and more is better than any visit to Starbucks. Hold until 2009.
The 2004 Campo Eliseo is opaque purple with a fragrant bouquet of wood smoke, spice box, mineral, black cherry and blackberry that jumps from the glass. This leads to a full-bodied, dense, opulent wine with layers of flavor and emerging complexity. The wine has firm underlying structure and should evolve effortlessly for 5-7 years. It will provide pleasure through 2035.
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