Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Bodegas Borsao Berola, Campo de Borja, 2010 Red Wine

Bodegas Borsao Berola, Campo de Borja, 2010 Red Wine, $12.99-$14.99, 90 points, was a deep ruby with maroon flashes trending a creamy purple/red toward the clear wine ring and leggy glass wall.
Smells of toasty black cherry and black currant were good.
Medium-plus body with firm grainy tannins and good acidity displayed pronounced early floral flavors which, after breathing for some time, transitioned into flavors of black/red cherry notes with hints of tobacco, pomegranate, cola, and tar,
Finished well with a warm 14.5% alcohol, peppery spices, and rich red cherry.
Varietals were 70% Garnacha, 20% Syrah, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.


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  1. Funny. I recently bought almost a case of this wine as a house/every day red and it is delicious - though I'm fairly certain we're into the 2012 vintage here. Still, at around our price of $10-$11 it's a steal.

    1. John, great QPR here. I'd say the structure of this wine will carry it into 2020 with no problem!.