HomeTasting Notes2006 Bodega Martin Berdugo MB Gary Thomas April 12, 2012 Tasting Notes 1 Comment A very expressive and complex Ribera del Duero wine, and the winery is not shy about it. The “MB” stands for “Muy Bueno” – “very good.” Spends 2 years in oak and another 2 in bottle before release. Chocolate, cigar box, and pepper on the nose carry through on the palate, opening onto rich notes of spice (allspice) and clean fruit (boysenberry). Lingers well on finish. If you’re a tempranillo fan (and I am) you’ll really enjoy this one. It’s the kind of wine I like with just about any grilled meat – will even stand up to the smoke of realTexas BBQ brisket. Highly recommended. GT WHO: Bodega Martin Berdugo WHAT: Tempranillo (100%) WHERE: Ribera de Duero, Spain WHEN: 2006 HOW MUCH: $35 (media sample) http://www.martinberdugo.com Martin Berdugo Thank you for your review. Our wines win a lot of prizes, but one of the things we are most proud of is great comments and feedback for the people who go out and buy and enjoy our wines.