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"The label of the 2010 El Viejo depicts an elderly gentleman with consternation on his face. One assumes he is not quite as old as the century-old vines that compose this wine, which is aged in French oak for 16 months. It does have a beautifully defined bouquet, the oak assimilated into the pure dark berry fruit with style and class. The palate is smooth and caressing on the entry, building succinctly in the mouth towards a cashmere finish of licorice-tinged dark berries, spices and cloves. This is undoubtedly a sophisticated Toro red to which I am sure the elderly gentleman on the label would approve. Drink now-2025."
94 points - Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, April 2013 (2010 vintage)
6 x 750 ml