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Dominio de Pingus 2013
Spain >Castilla Leon >Ribera del Duero
(RP=96) The nose is aromatic, expressive and open, quite perfumed and subtle, with no traces of oak (the wine now ages in used barriques); even the spices are very much in the background. The Pingus vineyards behaved quite well in a difficult vintage, as great vineyards are a lot more homogeneous, so the vines are very balanced. (JS=96-97) Very aromatic with dark fruits such as raspberry and blackberry. Black ink undertones. Some pencil lead. Full body, very layered and refined. Ultra-fine tannins. Wonderful length. Aged 12 months in one-year-old used barrels. (AG=93) Inky purple. Sexy, high-pitched red berry and floral pastille aromas are complemented by suggestions of Asian spices and minerals. Shows a highly appealing light touch, with sharply focused raspberry and cherry flavors that deepen and become sweeter with aeration. Supple tannins add grip to this distinctly suave and seamless blend, which leaves notes of raspberry preserves and candied rose behind.
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