Prado Rey Crianza 2006 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
Although reserved on the nose, the palate boasts a richly complex tapestry of flavours from char and ash to game meat...
The nose is rather reserve with grainy, malt, chocolate, baked cherry and some resinous wood. It's medium-full smooth...
Surprisingly closed on the nose, but there's plenty of action on the palate. Well-assembled, with lively acid, light,...
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From start to finish, everything about this wine is great. Classic spanish charm in this spicy cherry, cedary nose that plays out nice on the palate. The tannins are smooth but with a (classic spanish) dustiness. Nice firm finish. respectable wine.
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The 2006 Prado Rey Crianza, aged in American oak for 12 months followed by 3 more in French oak, is medium bodied, fruity to INTEGRATED, with nice aromas of black cherry, prune, coconut and vanilla. The structure is a bit disconnected, with refined tannins (decant for 30 min); the finish is long. Drink 2014/15-2020. My impression: NICE to BEAUTIFUL, 90 pts - watch out for some sediment. Tasted Feb/12.
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