Baron De Ley Reserva 2002
Baron De Ley Reserva 2002 Wine Review
Vintages Wine Panel: Located less than 300 miles south of Bordeaux, the estate of Baron de Ley resembles a French Château in appearance and its wines exhibit French, in addition to Spanish, influences. Aged in both American and French oak, this Reserva is spicy with smoky vanilla, tobacco, cherry and strawberry aromas and flavors. My note: An oaky, full-bodied red with notes of dark red fruit and leather. 4.5/5 Baron De Ley Reserva food pairings: barbecued corizo sausage, lamb skewers, french cheeses.
This Baron De Ley Reserva 2002 was reviewed May 24, 2008 by Natalie MacLean
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