Having started out by establishing a winery in Toro, in 1960 the Frutos Villar family moved into the Cigales region, where vineyards already existed back in the 10th Century, and founded Bodega Calderona.
Aged for 18-24 months, depending on the evolution, in 85% American and 15% French oak barrels. Subsequent rest in bottle for at least a further 9 months.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red|
|Fruit aromas / Ageing notes / Vanilla / Leather|
|Smooth / Rounded / Structured / Persistent / Fruit notes / Ripe fruit / Roasted notes|
Drinking and storing
Any type of meat / Roasts / Meat casseroles / Game dishes
suave facilisimo de tomar
un vino muy facil de tomar, a mi gusto muy suave en aroma apenas llega a oler en ese punto falla, a mi gusto, pues es un reserva, en mi opinion para gente que tome vino de vez en cuando este puede ser ideal.
Bodegas Frutos Villar
The Frutos Villar family have roots in the wine industry going back to the turn of the previous century when they had been involved in wine buying and selling. In 1920 they established their first winery in Toro, a region with a long-standing wine-making tradition that may well pre-date the Romans, and specifically where their Bodega Muruve is located. Bodega Calderona, their second winery, was set up in Cigales in 1960 and has 105 hectares of vineyards, producing wines which...