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Termes Red

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Always a big time favorite, the only question is how long will it last! Great notes of minerals, violet and dark fruit ensure this will be another highly sought after vintage for Termes!

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  • Wine Advocate
    (2004 Vintage) "The 2004 Termes received malolactic fermentation in barrel and was aged for 16 months in one-year-old French barriques. Inky purple-colored, it emits a beautiful bouquet of scorched earth, graphite, wild blueberry, and blackberry liqueur. This is followed by a full-bodied, layered, concentrated, intensely flavored wine with exceptional balance and length. The tannins are well concealed by the opulent fruit. Cellar this terrific wine for 6-8 years and drink it over the following 12-15. It is a fa...
  • Wine Spectator
    (2000 Vintage) The winery called Numanthia-Termes makes three wines: value-priced Termes, main label Numanthia and high-end Termanthia. All are made from old-vine Tinto de Toro grapes (a Tempranillo clone); Powerful and harmonious, this polished red has it all working: ripe fruit, lavish oak, firm structure and a promise to open and develop with age. Notes of plum, mineral, smoke and spices should open and develop with time. Best after 2005.