Mauro 2004 Tempranillo (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León)

Sweet, succulent aromas draw you in and while the wine doesn't deliver much nuance on either the nose or palate, we can't quibble with the power, purity and intensity of the blackberry fruit. It's young, tannic and tough now, so give it two years and it should be an excellent wine. Michael Schachner

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    Europvin USA
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