Moro is one of the top producers in Ribera del Duero. This is their entry level red and is made from Tinto de Toro (a clone of Tempranillo). It spends four months in oak before being bottled. Purple/ruby in color. Mostly opaque and bright. The nose has cherries, dust and slight dill notes. On the palate, this is very ripe fruit. Very light tannins. Mostly cherries, some sour cherries with some black licorice notes and spice especially on the finish. This is made for immediate drinking and it is fine for that. It will works with stews and foods without strong flavors.
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