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Bodegas Numanthia Numanthia Toro Tempranillo 2012

$59.99

A benchmark in Toro. This is a deep and rich wine with flavor of plum pudding, balckberry , coffe and mocha. Floral elements from the nose repeat on the extremely long and tannic finish. Will drink well through the mid-twenties.

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Ratings on Delectable

Amy Huson Delectable Pro

Rich and structured. Great balance, velvet tannins still have some grip, black cherry, wet soil, charcoal flavors aromas. Alcohol nicely integrated, great wine for stews, grilled meats. Had the 2012 in 2017, nice now but can age many more years as well.

Rich and structured. Great balance, velvet tannins still have some grip, black cherry, wet soil, charcoal flavors aromas. Alcohol nicely integrated, great wine for stews, grilled meats. Had the 2012 in 2017, nice now but can age many more years as well.

9.1

Gary Grose

Always a quality Spanish blend, albeit with large price fluctuations. If you want to tease your dentist, drink this before you go and see them. A real teeth stainer.

Always a quality Spanish blend, albeit with large price fluctuations. If you want to tease your dentist, drink this before you go and see them. A real teeth stainer.

8.9

Robert Cunningham Delectable Pro

Wine Educator DeVinimus, Wine Workshop

Big, modern , extracted. Relatively balanced however. Moderately long finish with a good nose and soft tannic structure.

Big, modern , extracted. Relatively balanced however. Moderately long finish with a good nose and soft tannic structure.

9.3

Mark Flesher

Served at The Bird as well during the meal. I had luck with these wines in the past. I think Termes is a better short term drinker than Numanthia is a long term holder. Lots of roasted black fruit on the front and middle, this one just doesn't have the finish or structure. Could this be in an odd place? Surely. Not really decanted for that long before serving, but the Sequel dispatched of it rather quickly both in flavor and complexity. The more I think about it, there is a 2 point difference in the 2 wines.

Served at The Bird as well during the meal. I had luck with these wines in the past. I think Termes is a better short term drinker than Numanthia is a long term holder. Lots of roasted black fruit on the front and middle, this one just doesn't have the finish or structure. Could this be in an odd place? Surely. Not really decanted for that long before serving, but the Sequel dispatched of it rather quickly both in flavor and complexity. The more I think about it, there is a 2 point difference in the 2 wines.

9.2

Colin Cahoon

Nose is plum, caramel, barnyard funk and spice. The palate is butterscotch and spice with a hint of black pepper. Medium tannins and acid.

Nose is plum, caramel, barnyard funk and spice. The palate is butterscotch and spice with a hint of black pepper. Medium tannins and acid.

9.2

Fred McQueary

Still very young. Opened nicely with air and time. Still needs to be decanted.

Still very young. Opened nicely with air and time. Still needs to be decanted.

9.0

M. Christopher Roebuck

Delicious 93 points

Delicious 93 points

9.3

Ryan Vento

Snagged this fella while on sale at a local fine wine & liquor shop I like to frequent. Delicious and plush with vanilla, licorice, blackberry, plum, and clove.

Snagged this fella while on sale at a local fine wine & liquor shop I like to frequent. Delicious and plush with vanilla, licorice, blackberry, plum, and clove.

9.2

Michael Meyer

Big and bold. Lotsa oak and lotsa fruit. They are just starting to come together under a layer of silky dry tannins. Still it has plenty of forward nature to be very enjoyable now (though its best years are likely 5-8 years hence).

Big and bold. Lotsa oak and lotsa fruit. They are just starting to come together under a layer of silky dry tannins. Still it has plenty of forward nature to be very enjoyable now (though its best years are likely 5-8 years hence).

9.3

ES Faiello

A veritable Monster and a shame to drink so young but what the heck! Not showing its full spectrum of flavors yet but it was a real treat... decant for at least 2 hours allowing it to unwind.

A veritable Monster and a shame to drink so young but what the heck! Not showing its full spectrum of flavors yet but it was a real treat... decant for at least 2 hours allowing it to unwind.

9.3

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 9am-9pm
    Sunday: 11am-7pm

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