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Lewis Perdue's Rating of Emilio Moro: Tempranillo: Ribera del Duero: : 2011: Spain
A stunningly over-your-head, deep, rich big, but balanced Tempranillo filled with dust, plums, a bit of orange spice and rugged tannins.
The Braille label is an interesting touch. Almost invisible, but I tweaked this image to coax the impressions out of the background.
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