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Maurodos San Roman 2012 MAGNUM View full size

Maurodos San Roman 2012 MAGNUM

MAURODOS SAN ROMAN 2012 MAGNUM ~ 100% Tinta de Toro ~ 14.5% Alc. ~ 1.50 Ltr. ~

95WS / 94RP / 93PÑ

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Bodegas y Viñedos Maurodos
Eduardo García
DO Toro

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No. #26 in WINE SPECTATOR'S TOP 100 WINES 2016

"The polished texture masks depth and muscle in this powerful red. Shows blackberry, anise, tar and mineral flavors, with spicy and floral highlights. Firm tannins and fresh acidity lend good balance. Expressive, in an austere way. Drink now through 2027."

95 Points | Thomas Matthews | Wine Spectator | 25 May 2016


"The 2012 San Román is produced with the fruit of their older vines out of their 96 hectares of vineyards in Toro. They have reduced the amount of the new oak here. The aromas are very mineral of red clay, iron, a mixture of plums, black and red cherries and again something earthy, elegant and complex, developing meaty notes with time. The palate is medium to full-bodied, fresher than 2011, with very fine tannins and very good acidity. This is a superb version of San Román. This is one of the few wines from Toro that actually improves with time in bottle. 93,000 bottles were filled in March 2015."

94 Points | Luis Gutiérrez | Robert Parker, Wine Advocate | Issue #221 | 30 October 2015


There is a new wine in the making, a Gran Reserva, aged for three years in barrel with the idea to release a more elegant, polished wine than San Román. They might even keep the bottles before the wine is released, so we'll see. They have been buying some more vineyards and today they have a total of 94 hectares and control some more, up to 110 hectares. Very fine and more elegant wines this year - the Atlantic 2013 for the Prima and a much fresher 2012 than 2011 for San Román.

Luis Gutiérrez | Wine Advocate | October 2015

  • Drink: 2016 - 2027
  • Production: 93.000 bottles
  • Treatment: 24 months in new and used French (70%) and American (30%) oak
  • Remarks: This is one of the few wines from Toro that actually improves with time in bottle