Classification: Toro DO, Duero
El Bos is the name of a strain of bull found in the Toro region. Toro is a small denominated region in the Province of Zamora which borders Ribera del Duero to the east and Rueda to the south, for the production of Tempranillo. The region centres on the wide valley of the Duero and typically the soil is of barren layers of slate being interspersed with beds of fine quartzite and granite. The wines of Toro are deep red in colour, rich in tannin and extract and above all robust.
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Winery Tasting Notes
Dark ruby with violet hints, clear and bright.
Deep intense ripe fruit and toasted aromas.
The palate shows ripe red fruits (cherry and blood plum) with integrated vanillan oak and finely grained tannins.
Serve at around 14-15 degrees Celsius. The perfect wine to accompany a plate of Spanish cured ham (jamon), Spanish sheep’s milk cheese (Manchego) and Spanish red peppers (pimientos piquillos), with grilled or braised red meats, or roasted poultry.