Dominio de Punctum’s Norte Sur Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon review

Posted: March 26, 2015 in wine
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Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon is Spain’s answer to Bordeux blends.  This wine warrants a taste as it is made via the organic process which is suppose to be the next big thing.  Google: Mega Purple and Sulfities to see the backlash over wines being chemically engineered to taste right.

Winery: Dominio de Punctum

Appelation: La Mancha in Central Spain.

Taste: nose is ripe red fruits with spice, tastes spicy with a sweet finish.

Pro taste buds show the following: aromas of blueberry and cassis, well balanced, soft tannins and long persistent finish.

The bottle caught my hand which lead to the purchase and tasting.  Good job.

Norte Sur's red wine

Norte Sur’s red wine

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