here we go...
- Capellanía 2005. Marqués de Murrieta. DOC Rioja (17.5 EUR)
Definitively it's a nice wine. Definitively it's not a wine to die for.
- Eric Texier Brézème 2013. AOC Côtes du Rhône (18,5 EUR)
I do like red wines by Texier. I love them! This one is not the exception. Vivid, light, spicy, slightly rough. More!
- La Bota de Fino (Amontillado) nº24. Equipo Navazos. DO Montilla-Moriles
How nice is the smell of a fino (amontillado) that smells to a fino (amontillado)! What a nice taste the taste of a fino (amontillado) that tastes to fino (amontillado)!! More!!!
- Domaine Boisgrand 2010. AOC Haut-Médoc (11,5 EUR)
Well, I don't know what to expect from this kind of wines from Bordeaux. Again a plonk? Agaaaaain a plooooonk?? Hmmm... well, it's nice a wine. Ok, I wouldn't know anything about its origin once I tasted, but hey! it's ok!
- La Bota de nº 39. Manzanilla Pasada Bota "No". Equipo Navazos. DO Jerez y Manzanilla Sanlúcar de Barrameda
One of those wines that pairs deepness with light and vividness. More!
- Les Terrages 2010. René-Noël Legrand. AOC Saumur Champigny (17-18 EUR)
It's not the usual cabernet franc. Tough and rough. It's thinest and delicate.
I think there's a change of style in the Capellania and I preferred it before.
But your 05 would have been in that style as the change is post 2008.
After 08 it's more oaky and less oxidatitive. Less 'traditional'
It's richer and more fruit forward