Bodegas Borsao Garnacha Tres Picos 2012
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Robert Parker 92
"The terrific 2012 Tres Picos is one of the finest inexpensive, Grenache-based wines made in the world. This full-bodied beauty boasts a deep ruby color as well as loads of strawberry and black cherry fruit, hints of lavender and crushed rocks, sweet tannin, and a broad, savory mouthfeel. It, too, should be consumed over the next 3-4 years."

Robert Parker's Best of 2013 Greatest Value Wine of the Year

International Wine Cellar 92
"Bright purple. ... read more
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Item ID: #6784
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Robert Parker 92
"The terrific 2012 Tres Picos is one of the finest inexpensive, Grenache-based wines made in the world. This full-bodied beauty boasts a deep ruby color as well as loads of strawberry and black cherry fruit, hints of lavender and crushed rocks, sweet tannin, and a broad, savory mouthfeel. It, too, should be consumed over the next 3-4 years."

Robert Parker's Best of 2013 Greatest Value Wine of the Year

International Wine Cellar 92
"Bright purple. Heady aromas of blueberry, cherry compote, white pepper and woodsmoke, plus an exotic cinnamon note. Fresh and seamless, offering vibrant blueberry and black raspberry flavors and suave floral notes. The spicy quality lingers seductively on the tenacious finish."~JR

Bodegas Borsao

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Bodegas BorsaoOur origins go back to 1958, the year the Cooperative of Borja was founded. This is where Borsao originated as a brand. Some years later, the co-operatives of Pozuelo and Tabuenca joined Borja, adding their resources and –most importantly- their vineyards.

This happened in the year 2001, and the new company was called Bodegas Borsao S.A., established as a limited company. Its 620 members became shareholders and a management team was appointed to shake the foundations of the winery: starting with the grape sourcing scheme and following with a refurbishment of the winemaking facilities.

Experience, resources and means combined with the potential of the vineyards of the 3 wine cellars, enabling the development of a new work philosophy that has given Borsao international recognition and prestige.

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Reviews (3)

Nariaki
James

"Many Spanish wines are really overrated, but if you like this style, or are in the mood for a pretty deep powerful wine with incense notes and black fruit flavors, then this might be what fits. The oak is quite evident, but unlike some new world wines, there is enough stuffing so it doesn't quite overpower. . Still, a little less oak would work for me."

Christian

not a fan

"it isn't a bad wine but it's not for me. strangely, I prefer the 2011 Borsao Tinto to this..."

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