San Roman is a red wine made from the grape variety Tinta de Toro, from older vines owned by the D.O. Toro, located in the municipalities of Hornija, Villaester, Morales de Toro Villafranca de Duero and Pego. Harvest in boxes of 15 kg and with a careful selection later in the cellar. Moved by gravity deposits of 12,000 Kg separating items by varieties, farm and production areas. The varieties and plots are vinified separately in deposits of different materials and capabilities to observe the evolution of the grapes and respect the characteristics of the various payments. Alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts, and maceration lasts for two to three weeks depending on the vintage and wine characteristics. Aged for 24 months in barrels of French oak of various ages. Alcohol: 14.5% vol. Tasting Notes: Concentrated and mineral on the nose, offering incredible depth aromatic with notes of licorice, chocolate, black fruit and fine notes of toast. Solid and powerful on the palate, with great art, vibrant fresh fruit and tannins.
The American magazine The Wine Advocate, qualify this wine with 92 points Parker to the vintage 2012 the San Roman wine. "The 2011 San Román is year in, year out, one of the most reliable wines of the appellation, pure Tempranillo (locally known as Tinta de Toro), the fruit from over 35-year-old, ungrafted and head-pruned vineyards planted on sandy, stony soils rich in clay in different villages across the Toro appellation. The wine aged for two years in French and American oak barrels, 80% of which were new. It’s an earthy wine with plenty of dark aromas of peat, fountain pen ink, graphite and tar, with very ripe fruit, black and blue berries. The palate is quite full-bodied, with abundant but fine tannins and enough acidity and persistence. A Toro with character. Drink 2015-2019."