R. López de Heredia Viña Tondonia Reserva Rioja Tempranillo Blend 2005

Ratings on Delectable

Philippe Dupuis Delectable Pro

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9.0

Matt Perlman Delectable Pro

First time tasting the ‘05 Tondonia...excellent, more long term aging potential than the ‘04. Still substantial American oak and sweet fruit to integrate.

First time tasting the ‘05 Tondonia...excellent, more long term aging potential than the ‘04. Still substantial American oak and sweet fruit to integrate.

9.2

Matt Lasater Delectable Pro

No notes, charming, beautiful, soulful as always

No notes, charming, beautiful, soulful as always

9.3

DLynn Proctor Delectable Pro

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9.1

Jay Kline Delectable Pro

Bright, tart cherries and funk. Tons of structure. Young. Best yet to come.

Bright, tart cherries and funk. Tons of structure. Young. Best yet to come.

9.0

Liz Hale Delectable Pro

This will put a little twang in your two step.

This will put a little twang in your two step.

9.3

Gerardo Suro

A balanced beauty from a stellar vintage. Tobacco and vainilla combined with sour cherries, and dried raspberries. Fresh and lively acidity bodes well for cellaring. Always love tasting these wines. They are honest expressions of the land. Old school Rioja at its finest.

A balanced beauty from a stellar vintage. Tobacco and vainilla combined with sour cherries, and dried raspberries. Fresh and lively acidity bodes well for cellaring. Always love tasting these wines. They are honest expressions of the land. Old school Rioja at its finest.

9.3

Byron Hewett

A tad better and more complex than the 2005 Bosconia.

A tad better and more complex than the 2005 Bosconia.

9.2

Adam Rbe

On the nose, forest floor, rose petals and dark cherries. In the mouth, dried roses, orange peel, dark cherries and some heat. High acidity, some unresolved tannins. In a slightly awkward place currently, compared to other bottles in the past.

On the nose, forest floor, rose petals and dark cherries. In the mouth, dried roses, orange peel, dark cherries and some heat. High acidity, some unresolved tannins. In a slightly awkward place currently, compared to other bottles in the past.

8.9

Eric Shanks

Smokey black cherries. Not the most complex wine in the world but goes great with meat snacks.

Smokey black cherries. Not the most complex wine in the world but goes great with meat snacks.

9.1

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

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