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Cirsion - 2017 - Bodegas Roda

 
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robert parkerThe 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.93/100 Punkte - Trinkreife 2017-2029The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.The 2015 Cirsion is unashamedly modern and ripe, with a very exuberant nose where the oak is perfectly integrated with notes of blackberries, plums, dark cherries and damp earth, peat and a core of violets and blueberries. This is a wine from selected bunches with a special ripeness that they consider produces a wine that needs shorter time in barrel (some eight months) and is accessible and released earlier. Exceptionally in 2015, this wine has 5% of Graciano; until now it's been a pure Tempranillo. There will be no Cirsion in 2013 and they have serious doubts about 2014. Next year we will taste that 2015, a special wine they produced to celebrate their 25th anniversary. It will be released in June 2015. It actually feels like the wine closes down in the glass. I believe this wine will benefit from a couple of years in bottle and wouldn't touch it until 2017. This 2015 is a limited cuvée of 6,114 bottles. I met with general director Agustín Santolaya to taste Roda's latest releases. He's been there with the team since 1992 and they are still the same. The project is very much about continuity, and very much about common sense and (updated) tradition: all the wines are fermented in oak vats, all natural yeast. Santolaya thinks that to be classic you need to start being modern; López de Heredia, when they started were utterly modern and innovative. Their wines clearly show the Rioja character as they age in bottle. We always discuss the recent vintages a bit, and how the older wines are evolving. 2013 is globally acknowledged as a difficult vintage for Rioja, but for him 2014 is also a complicated and heterogeneous vintage with a lot of rain during the harvest, perhaps as difficult as 2013, because of the rain during the harvest. Of course, 2013 was cold, rainy, and extremely difficult. 2015 is fresher than 2015 and with more rain and he compares it to 2006. Having opened the comparisons, he tells me that 2015 could be similar to 2005. 2008 was truly an Atlantic and cold vintage and it might be somewhat similar to 1997.The only recent change is Sela, born in 2008, as the vineyards they planted early on were already aged 15 to 25 years and the grapes they produced deemed good enough to carry the Roda name. There are two vineyards in Haro (90,000 bottles ) with the idea to obtain a more approachable wine, fine and drinkable, matured exclusively in used barrels. Again, this is a project about stability and consistency, even though their wines often contradict the general idea I have about vintages and I find myself preferring wines that, on paper, would not be my favorite. That's the beauty of vintages.93/100 Punkte - Trinkreife 2017-2029

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Jg. 2010 Tim Atkin:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Tim Atkin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 01.12.2016 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2011 Tim Atkin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Tim Atkin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2011 am 01.12.2016 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2011 Wine Spectator:

92 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Spectator" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2011 am 30.09.2016 mit 92 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2011 Guia Penin:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2011 am 01.06.2016 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2012 El Mundo Vino:

15 von 20 Punkten.

"El Mundo Vino" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2012 am 07.05.2016 mit 15 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2011 Vinum Wine Magazine:

17 von 20 Punkten.

"Vinum Wine Magazine" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2011 am 01.03.2016 mit 17 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2009 Revista de Vinhos:

18 von 20 Punkten.

"Revista de Vinhos" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2009 am 01.01.2016 mit 18 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2010 Luca Gardini:

93 von 100 Punkten.

"Luca Gardini" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 01.09.2015 mit 93 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2010 Guia Penin:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 01.06.2015 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2011 El Mundo Vino:

17 von 20 Punkten.

"El Mundo Vino" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2011 am 08.01.2015 mit 17 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2010 Wine Spectator:

90 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Spectator" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 15.10.2014 mit 90 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2010 Vinous Antonio Galloni:

94 von 100 Punkten.

"Vinous Antonio Galloni" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 01.09.2014 mit 94 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2010 El Mundo Vino:

17 von 20 Punkten.

"El Mundo Vino" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2010 am 14.02.2014 mit 17 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2001 Huon Hooke:

85 von 100 Punkten.

"Huon Hooke" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2001 am 13.08.2013 mit 85 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2003 Wine Enthusiast:

94 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2003 am 12.07.2013 mit 94 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2009 El Mundo Vino:

15 von 20 Punkten.

"El Mundo Vino" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2009 am 09.03.2012 mit 15 von 20 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2009 Wine Enthusiast:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2009 am 04.01.2012 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2009 Wine & Spirits Magazine:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine & Spirits Magazine" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2009 am 01.12.2011 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2009 Wine Spectator:

93 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Spectator" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2009 am 31.07.2011 mit 93 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2006 Robert Parker The Wine Advocate:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Robert Parker The Wine Advocate" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2006 am 01.06.2011 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2006 Jamie Goode:

91 von 100 Punkten.

"Jamie Goode" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion, Rioja DOCa, Spain" aus dem Jahrgang 2006 am 01.06.2011 mit 91 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2015 Tom Cannavan:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Tom Cannavan" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 am 01.01.2018 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"(2018) Roda's super cuvée, from some of the oldest vineyards, literally chosen vine by vine, this has 14% Graciano in the blend, this is fermented in French oak and stays eight months in all new barrels. Delicious red fruit brightness and elegance, darker notes and hints of balsamic and chocolate. In the mouth, superb sweet fruit, edged with a mocha and bittersweet cocoa depth, and sweetly ripe tannins. This has a smoky mineral salinity in the background too, in a long, complex, silky and profound wine that drinks beautifully now but has the structure, fruit and balance to cellar for considerable time."

Jg. 2005 Falstaff:

94 von 100 Punkten.

"Falstaff" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2005 am 01.07.2007 mit 94 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Sorte: 100% Tempranillo; Fassprobe"

Jg. 2003 Falstaff:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Falstaff" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2003 am 01.03.2006 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Leuchtendes dunkles Rubingranat, tiefer Farbkern, violette Reflexe, zarter Wasserrand. In der Nase intensives dunkles Beerenkonfit, fleischig, zarte Selchnote vom Rauch des Holzes, braucht Luft, dann Schweizer Milchschokolade. Am Gaumen ungemein konzentriert, überzeugende Würze, kraftvolles, perfekt eingesetztes Tannin, enorme Länge, pfeffrige Nuancen, Schokolade und Orangen, Mineralik, hat trotz seiner Jugend bereits viel zu bieten, bleibt minutenlang haften. Ein Jahrhundertwein."

Jg. 2016 Wine Enthusiast:

98 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2016 am 01.09.2020 mit 98 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2017 Guia Penin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2017 am 01.06.2020 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2016 Falstaff:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Falstaff" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2016 am 01.04.2020 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2017 Tim Atkin:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Tim Atkin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2017 am 01.01.2020 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2016 Robert Parker The Wine Advocate:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Robert Parker The Wine Advocate" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2016 am 01.06.2019 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2016 Tim Atkin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Tim Atkin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2016 am 01.01.2019 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2015 Wine Spectator:

94 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Spectator" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 am 01.08.2018 mit 94 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2016 Guia Penin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2016 am 01.06.2018 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2015 Robert Parker The Wine Advocate:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Robert Parker The Wine Advocate" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 am 01.03.2018 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2015 Tim Atkin:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Tim Atkin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 am 01.01.2018 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2015 Guia Penin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 am 01.06.2017 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

Jg. 2018 Guia Penin:

95 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Penin" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2018 am 01.05.2021 mit 95 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Color: cereza intenso, borde granate, Aroma: ebanistería, fruta madura, cacao fino, habano, tostado, frutos secos, Boca: sabroso, especiado, tostado, taninos potentes"

Jg. 2005 Wine Enthusiast:

96 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2005 am 01.01.2008 mit 96 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Jammy, creamy and superripe, with raspberry, burnt toast and coffee on the thick, meaty nose. Flavors reminiscent of an ice cream sundae work the palate, which means berry syrup, chocolate sauce and vanilla are highly prominent. Texturally speaking, this is a smooth, soft and plush wine. It pushes the envelope on ripeness, but that's become the Cirsion way. An awesome wine that deserves a proper decanting."

Jg. 2004 Wine Enthusiast:

92 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2004 am 01.01.2007 mit 92 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Char and chocolate, then a dollop of rum raisin and black cherry, and there is your nose. This version of Cirsion, one of our very favorite modern Riojas, is relatively soft, raisiny and simple, and for that it doesn't quite rate with some of the past vintages, which were spectacular. But that doesn't mean you won't love the wine's smooth texture, cocoa and baked berry flavors, and its overall generous character. Drink now through 2010."

Jg. 2001 Wine Enthusiast:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2001 am 01.01.2004 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Dark as night, pure as silk, and rich as a sultan. This one wine defines the best of the new wave; a great high-end product from a perfect vintage. It's intense, spicy, racy and still soft enough to wrap yourself around. Licorice, crushed peppercorn, chocolate, espresso and blackberry are just some of what you can pull from this baby. Cellar a few years then explore."

Jg. 1998 Wine Enthusiast:

94 von 100 Punkten.

"Wine Enthusiast" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 1998 am 01.01.2000 mit 94 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Yes, it costs a fortune, but this first-of-its-kind release from Bodegas Roda delivers tons of extraction and concentration along with subtleties that complete the package. It?s yet another new-world-styled red from Spain sporting incredible density and depth. Flavors of prune, coffee and smoked meat yield to a finish of soft vanilla oak and the blackest coffee. Brooding, earthy, and intense now, it will become friendlier after a couple of years in the cellar."

Jg. 2015 Guia Repsol:

97 von 100 Punkten.

"Guia Repsol" hat den Wein "Bodegas Roda Cirsion" aus dem Jahrgang 2015 mit 97 von 100 Punkten bewertet.

"Aspecto Rojo granate con ribetes burdeos. Brillante. Aroma Tonos de monte bajo, algo balsámico, tostados de buena madera, fruta caramelizada. Boca Elegante paso por boca con cuerpo, taninos golosos, persistenca final."

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