Finca Sobreño Crianz

This month’s featured wines comes from Finca Sobreño of western Spain’s Toro region, in the province of Zamora. Finca Sobreño Crianz is made entirely of the regions premiere grape, Tinta de Toro. Sobreño says Tinta Toro is similar to Tempranillo, but smaller and thicker with a higher concentration of color. Sobreño describes the color of their Crianz as “Deep-red cherry with purple tones”. Their tasting notes include black berry, oak and spice on the nose, and a “meaty” flavor of “very fine and ripe tannins”.

JamesSuckling.com seems to agree with this assessment, rewarding Finca Sobreño Crianz a 92 pt score.

“Biscuit-like aromas with grilled nuts and chocolate oak-influence, acorss ripe dark berries. The palate has a very succulent, sweet-fruit core with plenty of ripe mulberries and plums. Supple tannins. Drink or hold.” – James Suckling

If you’re a fan of Tempranillo, or spanish wines in general, Finca Sobreño Crianz is a must try!

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