£24.30/ 1.5 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Intense|
|Fruit aromas / Black fruit / Red fruit / Mature / ripe / Ageing notes / Oak wood / Complex / Elegant|
|Balanced / Rounded / Long / Persistent / Silky|
Drinking and storing
Iberian sausages / Meat rice dishes
Ratings and awards
Ripe and juicy
Cherry and berry flavours are ripe and juicy, backed by vanilla, spice and floral notes. Well-integrated tannins keep this focused through the toasty finish.
ribera with some oak
Intense fruit and some oak in nose, medium balanced acidity, velvete wine with fine tanins.
Beautiful, well bodied, good value for money wine.
The first bottles of 2019 were good and full, this was December and January. But seems the wine is changing quickly and currently more tannins and alcohol not in balance with fruit. Hopefully things will balance out again in a few months, but certainly a step down compared to 2018.
Excelente, calidad precio muy atrayente
Es uno de esos vinos que da gusto tomar. Paso sutil y aterciopelado en boca, sensación de juventud, potencia y sabor. Muy rico, totalmente recomendable
|Ageing period||8 months|
|Type of wood||French oak|
Bodegas Cepa 21
The Bodegas Cepa 21 winery building, opened in 2007, is located in Castrillo de Duero, on top of a small promontory that offers magnificent views of the vineyards and surrounding countryside. This is where, the brothers José and Javier Moro, the third generation of the Bodegas Emilio Moro, put every effort into extracting the essence of the fruit and making modern wines, aimed at the sort of consumer that's open-minded and well-informed. They have involved several of their...