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2007 Quinta de la Quietud Corral de Campanas Toro
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Beautiful Fruit & Great Balance
04/15/2009
by fifthgentexan
Wonderful balance of fruit and underlying structure that makes this wine a great example of the Tempranillo Grape. I plan to tuck away a few bottles in my cellar for future discovery.
jammy but balanced
03/15/2009
by lev96
very good black fruit flavors up front. the tannins were a bit strong at first, but it opened up after just a few minutes and even more so with food. A bit juicier than many tempranillos i've had recently, but same beautiful balance and nice finish.
Big red
12/16/2008
by VinoVelo53
A little hard to assess after a martini and another Spanish red but it seemed big and tannic, yet good tasting and well made. Would definitely try again. Maybe cellar a bit longer or decant.

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