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Bodegas Numanthia Numanthia Toro 2017

Bodegas Numanthia Numanthia Toro 2017

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Numanthia is the winery's Estate’s signature, renowned as the reference for the Toro designation. It is a subtle blend of grapes from more than 100 parcels of the finest terroirs offering unique balance, elegance and power. Numanthia’s style depends on the selection of exceptional vines, aged between 50 and 100 years old, ungrafted and non-irrigated. Year after year, their low yields deliver grapes of extreme concentration with intense fruit and structure.

Wine Info

  • Vintage: 2017
  • Varietal: Tinta de Toro
  • Aging: 18 months in French oak 225L and 400L barrels. 60% of
    new barrels and 40% of second use. Racked every 4 months.
  • Producer: Bodegas Numanthia

Tasting Notes

James Suckling, 96 pts

I love the aromas of bark, mushrooms and wet earth with dark fruit. Turns to ink and black olives. Full-bodied with chewy and intense tannins, yet there’s real polish and length to this. Still tight, but starting to come through. Blend of 100 parcels of old vines with an average age of 50 years, some as old as 120 years. Drinkable now, but better in 2025.


Bodegas Numanthia is a winery located in the Toro region of northwestern Spain. The winery was founded in 1998 and is named after a nearby ancient city, Numanthia, which was known for producing robust wines. Bodegas Numanthia is particularly known for its red wines made from the Tinta de Toro grape, which is a local variety of Tempranillo.

The winery's flagship wine is called "Numanthia," which is made from old vines and aged in French oak barrels. This wine is known for its depth, complexity, and ability to age well. Bodegas Numanthia also produces other high-quality wines, such as "Termes" and "Numanthia-Termanthia," which are made from younger vines.

Bodegas Numanthia has received critical acclaim for its wines, including high ratings from wine critics such as Robert Parker and Wine Spectator. The winery is part of the LVMH group, which is a French luxury goods company.


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Explore the Bold Flavors of D.O. Toro – Spain's Red Wine Powerhouse. Located in the historic region of Castilla y León, Toro is renowned for its robust and intense red wines. This D.O. is a testament to the depth and power of the Tempranillo grape, locally known as Tinta de Toro, which thrives in the region's unique climate and soil. Wines from Toro are celebrated for their rich, full-bodied character, combining age-old traditions with modern winemaking techniques. Experience the passion and intensity of D.O. Toro wines, a true embodiment of Spanish viticulture excellence.

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