Review for Cortes de Cima 2004

    ryanopaz Wine Blogger August 6, 2007
    The nose on this deep dark red wine is very restrained after opening the bottle, but with time gives way to herbal notes, combined with cassis, cherry, and some earthy coffee bean aromas. Big oak at first that show with vanilla and tannin. I feared that this might just be an oak monster, but with time it really developed into something interesting. Flavors of dark red fruits, chocolate, coffee, and an underlying herbalness, make this wine stand out from it's peers. While a big wine at 14.5% it handles it very well and I would love to see its development in about 4-5 years.  
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