£23.76/ 0.75 L btl
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
Substantial dishes / Red meats / Lamb / Roasts / Meat casseroles / Stews / Game dishes
Ratings and awards
A mature deep red
A great red if you like dark deep red colours and round and smooth. It is a fitting ‘big brother ‘ to its exceptionally good value younger Barbazul from the same winery. The 2011 and 2014 Taberner are pretty identical, which illustrates the winery’s tasting continuation capability.
A superb wine at a very reasonable price. The order process was simple and efficient and delivery was prompt and problem free.
I can definately recommend this wine. You dont have to wait to enjoy it! Very deep, inky, mulberry colour, and delivers!
First tasted this lovely wine in a restaurant in Vejer de la Frontera and had to order some for consumption in England.
Mucho potencial en botella
Soy un enamorado de la syrah, y no me ha dejado indiferente. Aunque este vino requiere paciencia, que yo no he tenido. Como he titulado, creo que este vino debe tener un gran recorrido aún en botella, aunque como buena syrah me ha parecido muy buena, jugosa y con ese punto acidez que la caracteriza. Rozando el notable.
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...