2013 Bodegas Y Vinedos Maurodos San Roman
Tempranillo - 750ML
  • JG 92
  • WS 90
  • JS 90

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JG 92
View From The Cellar, January 2017
The 2013 old vine bottling (sixty to ninety year-old vines) of San Román from Bodegas Maurodos was raised in fifty percent new oak, in a combination of American and French casks. This is entirely tempranillo, with the... The 2013 old vine bottling (sixty to ninety year-old vines) of San Román from Bodegas Maurodos was raised in fifty percent new oak, in a combination of American and French casks. This is entirely tempranillo, with the 2013 vintage coming in at the same 14.5 percent octane as last year’s fine example. As I mentioned in my note on the 2012 a year ago, this is a modern-styled wine that is done impeccably well, with a sense of aromatic precision that is pretty rare in wines at this level of ripeness. The bouquet offers up a nascently complex blend of black cherries, cassis, a touch of cigar smoke, balsamic tones, a good base of soil, gentle notes of garrigue and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, ripe and well-balanced, with a rock solid core, fine focus, firm, chewy tannins and very good length and grip on the slightly warm finish. As I mentioned in my note on the 2012 San Román, this is really a beautifully made wine that could clearly be even better to my palate if harvested just a touch less ripe. Why not trade just a touch more youthful structure for a wine of even greater complexity and breed? That said, the 2013 San Román from Bodegas Maurodos is really a fine example of the more modern style in Toro. (Drink between 2021-2045)
WS 90
Wine Spectator, June 2017
This juicy red delivers bright fruit flavors of blackberry and boysenberry, with orange peel, licorice and coffee notes. Round tannins and citrusy acidity lend this a solid but approachable structure. Drink now through... This juicy red delivers bright fruit flavors of blackberry and boysenberry, with orange peel, licorice and coffee notes. Round tannins and citrusy acidity lend this a solid but approachable structure. Drink now through 2020. 7,750 cases made. –TM
JS 90
jamessuckling.com, July 2017
Hints of iodine amid mocha and rich ripe berry fruits. There is a wealth of flesh on the palate in a forthright but easy-drinking style. Drink now.
Color & Type Red
Varietal Tempranillo
Country Spain
Region Castilla y Leon
Sub-region Toro
Vintage 2013