Dear Wine Lover,
I would have a great Spanish daily drinking wine for you crafted from the hands of no other than the father of Vega Sicilias Unico, Mariano Garcia Fernandez! Mariano is not only Spains leading winemaker that brought to life the legendary UNICO, the amazing AALTO and the incredible MAURO! His latest project is situated in the TORO Region where he established a winery called Bodegas y Vinedos Maurodos. From this winery we are glad to present you a pure Tempranillo, San Roman 2013, which drinks absolutely beautifully now and which is available at a really incredible price for the quality it delivers, only CHF 26.00 + Vat. Should be a real no brainer for a Tempranillo lover like you
San Roman is one of the favorite Spanish wines of Robert Parkers Wine Advocate in this price range receiving in every vintage incredible scores. For 2013 Parker awarded 93 points, same score which was given from James Suckling! Quite impressive if you think that San Roman 2013 sells only at CHF 26.00 + Vat
. Other iconic Spanish wines like Aalto or Pintia 2013 cost at least 50% more and received the same score as san Roman, Flor de Pingus 2014 even received 1 point less and costs more than 3 times San Roman. We can definitely talk of a deal here, also because I can offer you cheapest price in Switzerland on this
So do not hesitate securing yourself at least some cases of this perfect daily drinking wine as this is a steal that wont break the bank at all
75.0 cl San Román - Bodegas y Viñedos Maurodos - 2013 CHF 26.00
(CHF 28.00 Vat Incl.)
For 36 bottles or more CHF 25.00 (CHF 26.90 Vat Incl.)
Robert Parker 93 Points: The 2013 San Román was produced with fruit from older vineyards in Toro. In 2012 they started reducing the amount of the new oak in this wine and the change is quite noticeable. There is something leafy and floral showing elegance within the power that the place provides naturally. 2013 was quite different in Toro from Ribera del Duero, here the cooler years are a plus, as they balance the extra ripeness the place provides. In 2013 there was no rain during the harvest and the grapes were very healthy. There are some fine tannins and the profile of a more austere and transparent vintage, a mineral year. But it does have the smokey and slightly wild character of Toro. 87,000 bottles produced.
James Suckling 93 Points: Very pretty aromas reminiscent of graphite, crushed blackberries and capuccino undertones that turn floral. Concentrated and fine-grained Toro with berry flavors. Plenty of wood, yet this is silky and attractive. Better to drink in 2018 but delicious now.