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Taberner 2017



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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti15.0%

The wine

A great wine from Andalucia that stands out distinctively due to the depth and breadth of its aromas, now richly enhanced by a new set of nuances supplied by the Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes (the first vintage was a single varietal Syrah). This wine provides sound proof of its elegance and distinction; it is powerful, with excellent fruit, and well-balanced, bringing great credit to an area not known until now for producing top quality red wines, namely the region of Cádiz.

A dark cherry colour and dense in appearance, the wine has a harmonious and elegant nose, displaying aromas of preserved fruit, plums, toasty and roast coffee notes, fine aldehydes and balsamic hints. It is flavoursome, balanced, creamy and refined on the palate, manifesting mature tannins and good acidity. Nicely fresh, it has good length and persistence.

Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels and afterwards for a year in bottle.

What does this wine taste like?

Picota cherry red / Opaque
Harmonious / Elegant / Fruit aromas / Candied fruit / Plums / Toasty notes / Roasted notes / Balsamic notes
Flavoursome / Balanced / Creamy / Refined / Ripe tannins / Good acidity / Fresh / Long / Persistent

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Substantial dishes / Red meats / Lamb / Roasts / Meat casseroles / Stews / Game dishes

Ratings and awards

200592 PK
PK: Parker

Customer reviews

19 reviews

The winery

Huerta de Albalá

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...