£73.01/ 0.75 L btl
Taberner nº 1 2013
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Bottle size and vintage
This new vintage of Taberner Nº 1 is no longer a single varietal Syrah and has been richly enhanced in nuances supplied by Merlot (17%) and Cabernet (3%) grapes. A great wine that continues to confirm its lineage of excellent complexity, subtlety and refinement.
A very dark cherry colour, the wine has a complex nose, displaying aromas of ripe fruit, with lactic notes, hints of plums and figs, balsamic wafts, aromatic herbs, orange peel and fine aldehydes. It comes over as flavoursome, aromatic and floral on the palate, manifesting plenty of texture, lively acidity and fine tannins. There is good length and persistence.
Aged for 14 months in French oak barrels and afterwards in bottle.
- Optimum serving temperature:17ºC
Huerta de Albalá
Mariano Taberner Montoro is directly responsible for the architectural project of this Cádiz winery, designed in the style of a French château, surrounded by vineyards, and resembling an Andalusian country house farm. Moreover, it has the substantial backing of Vicente Taberner, the Valencian businessman so enthusiastic about wine that he decided to purchase this estate, la Huerta de Albalá, realising it was steeped in history, for producing his own wines under the Vino de la...