Some French men came to our house and when they left, there was a bottle of plonk left ont' dining room table. I hope it was intended for us because we've just opened it and will attempt a dangerous LIVE blog about its nature for you gentle reader.
Ederra Crianza 2006
Colour: deep granite/earthy burgundy. Clearly marked restings when swilled around non-matching glasses. Hint of browning around rim tee ho!
Primary aromas: Musty and sweet like as if at bodega itself.
Secondary aromas: Very dense forest forest fruits and rubber.
Attack: Pleasant and balanced.
Taste Time: Really intense tempranillo, balsamic with a leather fondo. Enough tannins to know they're tannins.
Going down: Nicely but Natalia needs to go cut some strong cheese because this vino is too strong to enjoy alone.
Mark D. & Natalia P.S.