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Inés Vizcarra 2014 | 750 ml.
Item #: 91834
Store Location: RR5A | 5
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RP95Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate 31st Aug 2018
"This year I preferred the 2014 Inés, which has a very pleasant nutty twist (is it the Merlot?) and a voluptuous and full body with melted tannins and some oak-related flavors from the élevage that should be rendered invisible with a little more time in bottle. A great Ribera. Bravo! 2,000 bottles were filled in the summer of 2016." (95 pts.)
SP91Wine Spectator Web only – 2019
"Smoke and loamy earth details and gamy flavors give this firm red an austere character, but there’s a core of black cherry, licorice and mint that evolves into floral and spice notes on the finish. Solid and balanced. Drink now through 2026. 83 cases made, 30 cases imported." (91 pts.)
Ribera del Duero is one of Spain's most celebrated wine regions, producing high-end Tempranillos and more. Located along the Duero river (which turns into the Douro river when it flows into Portugal), the region gained acclaim for its powerful Tempranillos (called Tinto Fino), which are typically dark and tannic.
The picturesque countryside of Spain is littered with vineyards large and small, and offers up some of the best value available on the wine market today. You can consistently fine critically-acclaimed Spanish wines selling for less than their counterparts from other wine-producing countries. The Rioja and Ribera del Duero regions are most famous, and there's nowhere else in the world where you'll find as many world-class Tempranillos.
RP9595 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 30th Dec 2019 2015 is a powerful vintage, and Juan Carlos Vizcarra saw it coming and did good work (low fermentation temperatures, some full clusters, shorter macerations…), and it shows in the top-end bottlings that I tasted from that year. The 2015 Celia, a micro-vinification in open 400-liter oak barrels, is ripe and powerful, reflecting the character of the year, but it retained good freshness, which makes it balanced. It comes through as classically proportioned, with concentration and depth, abundant, fine-grained and chalky tannins and a harmonious, clean and long finish. It’s approachable now (better with powerful food) but should develop nicely in bottle. 2,000 bottles were filled in July 2017. The wine still feels very young, so I guess it’s going to age at a slow pace. The two top wines are named after Vizcarra’s daughters, so for him, it might be difficult to say which one he likes best, but Celia would be my choice.