It's territory is located in the northern Spanish plateau, at the confluence of four integrated provinces; Castillo y León Region: Burgos, Segovia, Soria and Valladolid.
Ribera del Duero wines are mainly red; the production focuses especially on the so-called vinos de autor, signature wines. The Tempranillo varietal is very well represented in this region, also known as Tinta del país; it is cultivated on 90% of the appellation's surface, and makes powerful, fruity wines.
- Type of wine: Tempranillo
- Appellation of Origin: Ribera del Duero
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
- SERVE AT: 16º
- GOES WELL WITH: Red meats, game and matured cheeses
Selection of grapes of the Tempranillo variety from vines that are more than 25 years old. Fermentation at 22º for a period of 20 days and subsequent ageing for four months in new oak barrels.
This wine presents a deep colour containing red and purplish tones. Its aromas display a perfect combination of red fruits, revealing perfect ripening at the time of harvesting. Its ageing in barrels gives it vanilla and toasted nuances that balance the weight of the fruit perfectly.
- 87 Points: BEST BUY Wine Enthusiast Magazine (USA)
- 86 Points: Wine Spectator (USA)
- Gold Medal: World Wine Championships Award (USA)
- Silver Medal: III Challenge to the Best Spanish Wines for Asia (China)