2010 Telmo Rodriguez Rioja Lanzaga
Proprietary Blend - 750ML
  • JS 93
  • VN 92
  • WA 92

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JS 93
jamessuckling.com, July 2015
Aromas of red licorice with green olives, sage bush and plums. Full body, chewy and round tannins. Lots of fruit. From a vineyard planted in the occidental part of Rioja Alavesa in a village called Lanziego. Structured... Aromas of red licorice with green olives, sage bush and plums. Full body, chewy and round tannins. Lots of fruit. From a vineyard planted in the occidental part of Rioja Alavesa in a village called Lanziego. Structured. Drink or hold.
VN 92
Antonio Galloni's Vinous, November 2015
Brilliant ruby. The nose delivers an array of ripe red fruit and floral scents, along with hints of allspice, pipe tobacco and smoky minerals. Juicy and focused on the palate, offering gently sweet, concentrated black... Brilliant ruby. The nose delivers an array of ripe red fruit and floral scents, along with hints of allspice, pipe tobacco and smoky minerals. Juicy and focused on the palate, offering gently sweet, concentrated black raspberry and cherry-vanilla flavors that tighten up in the mid-palate. Combines power and finesse with a deft hand and finishes spicy and very long, with supple tannins building slowly and adding grip. - Josh Raynolds
WA 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2013
The 2010 Lanzaga from vineyards in Lanciego is the 12th vintage for this brand, but there was a big change in 2008 when they built their new winery. All wines are fermented in concrete and aged in foudre and barrique. For... The 2010 Lanzaga from vineyards in Lanciego is the 12th vintage for this brand, but there was a big change in 2008 when they built their new winery. All wines are fermented in concrete and aged in foudre and barrique. For Telmo, the tiny Lanciego is the last Mediterranean village in Rioja Alavesa, the last one to have olive trees as well as the first Atlantic one where the crop is cereal, so it has a complexity of climate and a variety of red soils with sand underneath (approx one meter) and then the pure calcite that produces very elegant and complex wines. The 2010 version of Lanzaga is aromatically very pure and complex, with fine, polished tannins, some austerity and a strong personality. It develops some fennel, licorice and aniseed aromas, displaying its Mediterranean side with time, while it was truly Atlantic when uncorked. The nose is spectacular after an hour in the glass, so I’d open and decant it in advance if you are planning to drink it in the short term. 40,000 bottles were produced. Drink 2014-2020. - Luis Gutierrez
JJB 90
JJ Buckley, August 2017
Deep ruby core fading to a brick rim. This shows wonderful complexity on the nose right out of the gate, with a lovely combination of tertiary aromas like dried orange peel, tarragon and espresso supported by dried... Deep ruby core fading to a brick rim. This shows wonderful complexity on the nose right out of the gate, with a lovely combination of tertiary aromas like dried orange peel, tarragon and espresso supported by dried cherry and fresh raspberry. On the palate, it remains very youthful for its age, with a medium-bodied profile and dusty tannins supporting a fresh and lively character. Red currant, leather, and balsamic arise on the finish. This wine would be ideal with charcuterie. Drink now through 2030.
Color & Type Red
Varietal Proprietary Blend
Country Spain
Region Rioja
Vintage 2010