2010 Miguel Torres Tempranillo Coronas


  • Spain
  • Catalunya
  • Penedès
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Community Tasting Notes 5

  • Xavier Auerbach wrote: (84 points)

    March 4, 2014 - It is sad in a way. When I started my journey into wine many years ago, the wines of Torres made quite an impression. Gran Coronas Black Label 1978 and 1983 obviously, but also (on a much humbler level) Coronas 1981 and 1986. Recent vintages of Mas La Plana (2005 and 2007) were major disappointments and this wine falls in that same category (on a much worse level). Sweet fruit, a little bit of everything and certainly not undrinkable but with with a gaping hole in the middle, no varietal typicity and therefore completely anonymous. Has my palate changed in the last 25 years? No doubt. Have the Torres wines deteriorated? No doubt.

  • RobJ Likes this wine: (79 points)

    December 26, 2013 - 2njp

  • hiker_guy Likes this wine:

    November 15, 2013 - fine Friday night with Mexican food wine. Simple but just fine for the occasion. We enjoyed it and would buy again.

  • MattiasHansen wrote: (83 points)

    August 13, 2013 - Not a lot to say. spices, tart cherry and burnt rubber on the nose, and light on the palate with pepper and racy acidity. Not a lot of varietal character. Hollow on the midpalate and a bit thin on the finish. Cant find any trace of the cabernet. Generic in taste and appearance. Not bad, but not good either. Not really a QPR, although cheap it is possible to find better wines at this pricepoint. 55 + 9 + 14+5

  • forceberry wrote: (70 points)

    October 8, 2012 - Deep, dark and almost completely opaque ruby color with pale rims. A little reticent nose with aromas woody and toasty oak, ripe and sweet strawberry, some blackcurrant and a hint of roasted coffee beans. Soft, smooth and supple, yet with a hollow midpalate, making the wine come across thin and watery. Moderate acidity. Flavors of sweet (but not jammy) strawberry, some herbal nuances and a touch of woody oak. After some aeration the wine becomes a lot more oaky, the wood characteristics taking on a dominant role. Short, dull and watery finish with flavors of ripe cassis and spicy wood.

    A boring, generic basic Spanish red. The wine should have only 14% of Cabernet Sauvignon and it should have been ageed in only 20% in new oak, yet the wine tastes like a poor-quality, heavily oaked bulk Cabernet. Underwhelming. Not recommended. A poor purchase at 9,99€.

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Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2010
  • Type Red
  • Producer Miguel Torres
  • Varietal Tempranillo
  • Designation Coronas
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country Spain
  • Region Catalunya
  • SubRegion n/a
  • Appellation Penedès
  • UPC Code 8410113003089

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  • In Cellars 29 (47%)
  • Consumed 33 (53%)

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