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2005 Quinta de la Quietud Corral de Campanas Toro
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87(+?)? Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2006

($20) Deep garnet. Brooding, ripe aromas of dark berries, cherry liqueur and plum jam. Very ripe, serious wine with concentrated dark fruit character but distinctly backward now and unyielding on the tannic finish, which features a tarry nuance. Give this some time.

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02/24/2007
by rpm_56
An excellent addition to the Moore Bros. universe. An exciting Tinto de Toro wine that jumps out with dried dark cherries and burnt hardwood nose, a firm tannic mid palate and a sustained finish. A definite buy again. Great with BBQ short ribs (a beef wine if ever there was one.)
This Bottle Didn't Get Too Far......
03/25/2007
by McIntyre10683753
Couldn't have been more that 10 blocks(and twenty minutes), actually, before it was thoroughly enjoyed @ Papa Haydn with a delicious piece of prime rib. In the company of a good friend and his infant son, we both remarked on the wine's wonderful flavor and assertive style, which matched the PR flawlessly! It offers beguiling, expressive fruit matched with a sturdy skeleton and plenty of MEAT on those "bones." All without the dreaded "Chateau Home Depot" mega-oakiness. Bottom line: Excellent value in a memorable Spanish red. Highly recommended!

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