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How Good is Alejandro Fernández El Vínculo?


Wine Evaluation of 2013 Alejandro Fernandez Grupo Pesquera El Vínculo Crianza Pink (tinto), La Mancha, Spain

Rating: 90+/100 Factors

It is a wine constructed from Tempranillo within the central area of La Mancha in Spain by Grupo Pesquera’s Alejandro Fernandez, well-known vineyard and produce of the long-lasting Tinto Pesquera from Ribera del Duero.

General Tasting Impressions

A wealthy and opulent Spanish pink, delivering ripe fruit flavors in a deep, toasted cocoa, espresso and caramelly complexity.

But, it has the refinement and the dry, meaty savoriness we like and anticipate from a very good Spanish pink. Complicated and balanced, this is a superb sip. Drink by itself for those who like a strong pink, or with wealthy meaty dishes resembling barbecues or roasted meats.

A superior, extra full and richer wine than the earlier 2012 classic, see 2012 Grupo Pesquera El Vínculo Crianza wine assessment for this attitude.

Associated 2012 El Vínculo Wine Evaluation

2012 Alejandro Fernández El Vínculo Crianza, La Mancha, Spain

Wine & Meals Pairing?

A spicy marinated pork ribs involves thoughts as the right pairing, with the wine that includes all the weather to reflect and maintain the candy generosity, the spiciness and smokiness of the dish. Actually an ideal wine for pairing with barbecues.

Full Tasting Notes

This Central Spain pink is available in a fairly darkish pink coloration, with a darkish pink, barely purple to the core, and vibrant hues of pink to the rim.

The nostril confirms we’re right here with a severe, ripe and deep pink wine.

Aromatic aromas of plum marry notes violet flower, darkish cherry and prune. It’s fruity and highly effective to odor!

Vanilla, coconut and a contact of wooden smoke present a enticing caramelly sense from well-integrated oak. Black pepper, chili spice and earthiness full a moderately complicated and tempting fragrant profile.

On the palate, the wine strikes and surprises by its utter smoothness supplied by silky tannins and a wealthy oily texture. It’s additionally powerfully fruity, blackberry jam and prune, quince flavors dominate the tasting, lifted by white pepper and nutmeg.

It’s wealthy and opulent, but, feeling dry with a savory really feel from scents of earthiness. The oak is extra apparent to the palate than it was to the nostril, considerably giving a Bourbon whiskey style. But, it’s not overwhelming, simply giving a way of opulence of vanilla sweetness that received’t trouble those who like a bit of oak of their wine.

Get pleasure from 🙂

Julien Miquel

Alejandro Fernández El Vínculo Label Pictures