Cyan La Calera Toro 2004 – Dense and Delicious

Aged to perfection.

100% Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) from Toro, Spain.

SRP of $30 and available for as low as $26 (Saturday Splurge). Imported by Vinos Libres.

From the bottle:

“Bodega Cyan started practicing sustainable viticulture in 2003. Made from 80+ year old dry-farmed bush vines, hand harvested and aged 24 months in French and American oak. A big Toro: chewy, dark, concentrated and intense with layered black fruit, rosemary and other well rounded tannins with a warm finish. Serve with dry aged beef, leg of lamb, or smoky cheeses.

14.0% Alcohol”

The 2004 Cyan La Calera Toro is a very aromatic wine featuring dark fruit, mint and dried herbs. The wine tastes dense and delicious with lots of rich dark fruit, dried herbs and spice. This is a substantial wine with chewy tannins and I love it. It ends dry with a very long finish. Fantastic!

Buy this wine online from our featured sponsor Marketview Liquor or see a listing of local retailers selling this wine here.

Saturday Splurge

1 Rating – Add Yours!



Find out more about my rating system and check out the Wine Ranking to find all my reviews! You can sort by type of wine, cost, rating, etc. in the interactive database.

Don’t Miss A Recommended Buy! Subscribe to our daily email to get The Reverse Wine Snob in your inbox!