Tasted Friday, November 5, 2010 by Papies with 495 views
The lanessan crew re-united at our home. Idea was to focuss on Spain but the quality of the Bosconia (tried 2) and Tondonia were questionable. So we added a few gems here and there.
Beautifull bottle. Fine bubbles and more to a fine burgandy than a sparkling wine. Very elegant, very round, not as sharp as a Dom but world class. Medium body. Drinks very well now.
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Not sure if the bottle was properly kept so will not rate. of the 4 we bought one was maderized so far. Will reserve comments for next try
Not sure as to the quality of the bottle and for sure nothing to do with the wine we had on 5th of Sep. Earlier comment as it is more valid
Not as awe inspiring as last time but vega is vega and these reserva's are the best value fine wines in our mind especially post the 2009 charades in Bordeaux.
The wine that started it all for us still hold strong and a spectacular showing once again. Simple excellent.
From half bottle. Always a joy to try this wine. Lots of petrol textbook riesling on the nose. Medium body, well balanced and sweetness is in check. Complex, elegant. We have 1 more and we will not touch it for 5yr at least.
From half bottle. Very dark caramel colour. Lots of appricot and caramel, round, long and delicious. mild ( and this is great btew) botrytis, balanced. superb
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