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Liberalia Cinco Reserva, Castilla y Leon, Spain 2010

Liberalia Cinco Reserva.

Alcohol: 15.0% Red from Spain, Castile and Leon Year: 2010

Liberalia Cinco Reserva 2010 is a captivating wine that invites you to explore its rich flavors. A wine that brings together the warmth of oak, the subtle allure of tobacco, and the intriguing hints of resins and liquorice. This wine is a journey through different dimensions of taste, where each note unfolds like chapters in a story.

Grapes

Tinta de Toro

Mouthfeel

5/5
Body
4/5
Dry
3/5
Acidity
4/5
Tannins
$75.00 SGD

About the Producer

Bodegas Liberalia Enológica is a Spanish winery located in the Toro region of Spain. The Toro region is situated in the province of Zamora, and it's known for producing robust and flavorful red wines, primarily from the Tinta de Toro grape variety, which is a local clone of the Tempranillo grape.

 
 
 
 

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