With each vintage this bruising Toro gets more comfortable and familiar. Yes, it’s still a tannic behemoth with a ton of new oak, but under all that bluster there’s wonderful Tinta de Toro blackberry, licorice and tobacco flavors. And the finish of mocha and more is better than any visit to Starbucks. Campo Eliseo in Spanish, Champs Elysée in French, it means ‘blessed fields’. In Greek mythology it is the dwelling place of the blessed after death, a state or place of perfect bliss.