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2008 Quinta de la Quietud Corral de Campanas Toro
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , December 2010

Deep ruby-red. Slightly reduced nose offers black fruits, licorice, smoked meat, leather, tar, cedar and spice cake. Wild, densely packed and concentrated, with a distinctly exotic character to its expansive, creamy-sweet flavors of sweet berry fruit, wild herbs and spice cake. Finishes long and gripping, with broad tannins and a subtle suggestion of earth. A lot of red wine for the price.

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02/21/2011
by Ruff13336647
Another Spanish stunner, Wow the taste was incredible,When Tempranillo is good, it's really good,same goes for the 05 Toro that came with it!
Smooth, graceful Spanish Red!
05/16/2010
by Chang13774184
Popped and poured, this one was silky smooth right out of the bottle, with nice structure and complexity. Not a fruit bomb, but elegant, complex, and very drinkable!
Young, fruity, but very drinkable
03/02/2011
by Hunter13483904
an excellent 'party wine', good color and nose, not a wine for the ages but would cheerfully buy again.

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