£11.95/ 0.75 L btl
This Ribera del Duero wine is sourced from Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) vines planted between 1991 and 1994 in different plots in the area around La Horra, between the Lobos and Duero rivers. It undergoes a first fermentation in stainless steel tanks before ageing for nine months in French oak. Aromas of wild fruit and toast reach the nose from this creamy red wine, loaded with the kind of fleshy fruit only a wine produced using small bunches of grapes can offer.
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Vino agradable y con cuerpo. Buena relación calidad precio Es un buen vino para acompañar carnes y comidas variadas .
Two brothers, the old family car, and a long journey: Viñedos Singulares, a treasure-filled adventure. Years of travelling around winemaking areas and a lengthy and solid experience working in the world of wines and wine-distribution, led brothers Luis and Carlos Barrero to set up Viñedos Singulares; a project designed to promote the rich variety of winemaking in Spain. A careful selection of the most important indigenous grape varieties in each region is used to produce...