One of the most successful stories is the development of the old, old
vines of Toro. The Tempranillo (Called Tinta de Toro here) produces a jammy
rich wine, and the evolution of the local coop, now membering over
140 farmers – from a barn to a state of the art metropolis, this is a great
success story – the wines of the Bajoz are hot hot hot –
2001 Cano “Tinta de Toro”
“75% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) & 25% Grenache, with 30-80
year old vines. No oak, 100% fermentation in stainless steel tanks.
Deep, intense cherry red in colour. On the nose, intense and concentrated
black and red berry fruits (cherry, raspberry etc.). On the palate, full bodied
yet easy drinking and very juicy. Bursting with personality and fresh,
concentrated mature berry fruit. Nice structure and soft tannins.
Supple from the Garnacha. Pleasant, juicy, long finish.…