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(2016) Aged for 12 months in French oak, this is 100% Baboso Negro, a Portuguese variety otherwise known as Bastardo, that is making something of a comeback on Tenerife. It’s a big plush rendition, a solid and glossy wine of great substance, that comes as something of a shock as I drank it at lunch immediately following a visit to Suertes del Marques, whose version was full of nervous energy and a certain ‘wild’ natural element. This is mouth-filling with black fruits, just a hint of pepper and spice, and a rounded mouth-feel ending with smooth tannins and creamy oak.
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