With Tinto being another alias for Tempranillo, there wasn’t much guessing on if this wine should join our comfort meal of butternut squash soup.
On colour, the Enebral Tinta de Toro 2009 holds a garnet red hue. On the nose scents of, blackberry, plum, spice and cherry are present, while on the palate you’ll taste a blend of that blackberry, and blueberry, amongst well tempered tannins. This wine is quite complex and gives a different mouth feel just after only 15 minutes of air time, bringing the fruit tastes to the forefront.
This wine retails at the LCBO for $15.95
We gave this wine a 3.75 out of 5