Saturday, July 26, 2014

Coronas Tempranillo Red 09'

Naked Wine Review 149

Wine: Coronas Tempranillo Red Wine
Grapes: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon 
Producer: Familia Torres
Vintage: 09’
Region: Spain>Catalunya 
Price: 11.00
Date tasted: 7/25/14
Place tasted: I was floating on my back in a hot springs enjoying the Earths most sensuous element with calm surrender. Suddenly a couple of wispy clouds moved in a shameless dance of copulation across the periwinkle sky above me. I rose up to the edge where gentle breezes stroked and cooled, and the taste of an endearing red wine satisfied the whole of my senses. A deep breath blew into me and I received it like a warm embrace, feeling richly blessed and grateful. 
Served with: Pear and Gorgonzola filled mini phyllo tarts. These are so good and so easy to make, you have to give my little recipe a try. Delicious. 
Appearance: A deep glowing liquid gem of red garnet brilliance fills your glass and dazzles your vision. 
On the snoot: Plump fruit hanging fat on the tree; breezing with the scent of a lake side orchard and wet willow branches.
Taste: Flavors of big cherry and ripe plum mingle with woody earth and cardamom pods. Dry and soft with cocoa dusted tannins that blend without overpowering. A long virile finish fills the mouth fully then lingers in a naked afterglow of unique and exotic expression. 
Balance: Perfect. Very slight on sugars; acid quite gentle and understated though nice and dry. Although the alcohol is 14% it's not too hot and does not need extensive breathing time. Tannins are soft, plentiful and polished. Shapley legs cascade down the glass in patterns of unique form.
Comments: Poetry in a glass. I love the touch of cabernet which hangs like priceless jewels on an already beautiful being of pure royalty. Need more. MORE! 

Rating: 4 tipsys, excellent value… omg, really really good.