Cal Blanca is easily one of the best Toro's we've tasted in some time, undoubtedly the best for under $40 (well, under $40, in fact). Toro is a region known for its thick skinned local Tempranillo clone (tinto del pais) and its stony terroirs; this is a combination with the potential to produce some seriously tannic wines. Cal Blanca, however, refers to the white chalk in the limestone-rich soil where their vines are sourced. While tannins are certainly present, they are purely from grapes and form a balanced part of this purple-fruited, muscular, structured wine. Produced with the help one of Peter Sisseck's (producer of mid-to-high three-figure wines at Dominio de Pingus) key team members, this wine is a fantastic bargain at under $20.
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