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San Roman Tinto 2019 75cl

Weinhaus San Roman, 47112 VillaEster, Spanien
Weinregion Toro DO
Jahrgang 2019
Traubensorte(n) Tinta de Toro
Weinstil Rotwein; komplex, elegant, raffiniert und seidig
Alkoholgehalt 14.5%
Inhalt in l 0.75
Allergene enthält Sulfite
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intensiv, klar, purpur




16-18° C


ausgeprägt, Holznote, sauber


Brombeere, Cassis, Kirsche


5 - 10 Jahre


Barbecue, kühl serviert als Apéritif, Pasta

100% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo).

100% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo).

The Wine Advocate I Jan 31, 2023 I Luis Gutiérrez
This time I also tasted two vintages of their flagship and eponymous wine, starting with the 2019 San Román, from a warm and dry vintage that resulted in an early harvest that started the 6th of September in San Román de Hornija. It comes from a selection of over 40-year-old ungrafted and head-pruned vines on stony soils with clay and limestone in different villages of the appellation. It fermented in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts and matured in new and used 225- and 500-liter French and American oak barrels for 24 months. The wine feels quite marked by the élevage in oak, and the 14.5% alcohol seems to have extracted quite a lot of aromas and tannins from the barrels. It's warm and heady, ripe and voluptuous, with abundant but fine tannins and mellow acidity.
San Román is the project in Toro from the García family from Mauro. They have 130 hectares of vineyards in the villages of San Román de Hornija, Pedrosa del Rey, Villaester and Morales de Toro that are certified organic, and since 2016, they have worked with biodynamics.
4KILOS, Mallorca

4Kilos was set up in 2006 by former Anima Negra winemaker Francesc Grimalt (known for his efforts in rescuing the Callet variety) and musician Sergio Caballero (who is also founding partner and director of the Sonar music festival), 4Kilos’ first vintage was vinified in a milk refrigeration unit. Today they use grapes from north and south of Mallorca— some international varieties as well as local ones such as Mantonegro and Fogoneu — and vinify them in a converted sheep farm, using a combination of stainless steel and open top oak fermenters.

They are committed not only to native varieties, but also to finding the right combination of strain, soil, and climate for each wine. The name 4Kilos comes from their initial investment of 4 million pesetas, which so far looks like money well spent.


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