£ 90.18/ btl 0.75 L
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Details for Dominio de Atauta La Mala 2013
Bottle size and vintage
A modern wine exhibiting all the character of the La Mala plot, a small parcel of land amounting to 1.5 ha, planted on very sandy soil and one where each plant only yields between 1 and 1.5 kg of grapes per harvest. Definitely a low production wine, which is why it must have come by its name, but it does have a very intense flavour.
Aged for 16 months in French oak barrels (50% new).
- Vine age:130 years
- Soil:Clay / Sand
- Vinification material:Wood
- Ageing period:18 months
- Barrel age:New and semi-new
- Type of wood:French oak
- ViewPicota cherry
- Bouquet:Coffee / Rosemary / Aromatic herbs / Lavender / Spices / Fruits of the forest / Aromatic
- Mouth:Balanced / Elegant / Smooth / Fine tannins / Mineral
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Dominio de Atauta
The Dominio de Atauta winery is located in the Atauta valley in the province of Soria in central Spain. They own 21 hectares of vines and supervise another 22, meaning they manage around 600 plots altogether at altitudes of over 1000 metres. The winery's goal is to demonstrate the full potential of their pre-phylloxera Tinto Fino vines with ages ranging between 85 and 150 years old. The Atauta valley has a history of over 500 years of winemaking in extremely severe conditions...