VALDUBÓN ratings & reviews

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VALDUBÓN Tempranillo 2013

"Cherry, vanilla, clove and leafy flavors are supported by modest tannins and fresh acidity in this bright, polished red. It's not a big wine, but has balance and focus. Drink now through 2018."
- Wine Spectator, November 2015

VALDUBÓN Tempranillo 2012

"Bright fruit flavors of black cherry and boysenberry, with vanilla accents, are supported by light, firm tannins and citrusy acidity in this round red."
- Wine Spectator, November 2014

"Dark violet, blueberry and earthy black plummy fruit greets the nose along with streaks of licorice and medicinal spice. Tight, focused and just a bit tart on entry, this open nicely on the palate featuring soft, almost plush fruit underpinned with firm, slight rustic tannins. There’s some nice fruit here, blueberry and plum toned, but the emerging savory nuance adds attractive complexity. It’s a pretty well behaved wine showing a hint of sophistication yet retaining the rugged character of Ribera."
- Snooth, March 2014
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VALDUBÓN Reserva 2011

92 POINTS - 2011 Vintage
"Savory oak and ripe berry fruit flavors finish chewy and dense."
- Wine Enthusiast, June 2017
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91 POINTS - 2011 Vintage
"Black cherry and red plum flavors...mingle with floral, mineral, and licorice notes....Balanced and graceful."
- Wine Spectator, June 30, 2017
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VALDUBÓN Reserva 2009

- Wine Enthusiast, November 2015

"There is a savory and creamy vanilla undertone to the lush blueberry, plum, and cherry fruit. A juicy, appealing sipper."
- Sunset International Wine Competition, 2015

VALDUBÓN Reserva 2008

"Everything in this wine pulses with energy, the tannins firm, the acidity electric, the fruit flavors reminiscent of tart black cherries and blackberries. The tension in the flavors makes this wine a perfect companion for paella with rabbit."
- Wine & Spirits, June 2015
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VALDUBÓN Reserva 2007

"Densely flavored and brick hued, this wine is a true Reserva, patiently aged for almost two years in French and American oak with an extra year slumber in the bottle."
- The Frugal Wine Snob, July 2014
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