£ 29.08/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Legaris La Aguilera 2016
Bottle size and vintage
The launch of their new Vinos de Pueblo range is the start of a new stage for Legaris. With this collection of wines, the winery, located in Curiel de Duero, goes even deeper into the complexity and diversity of the best Ribera del Duero terroirs.
La Aguilera contains the intense character of the Burgos village of La Aguilera in every bottle. Old bush vines, over 50 years old, growing in two plots, each measuring less than a hectare in size, are used to make a limited production of around 2,000 bottles using native yeasts. The resulting wine has a spicy personality and aromas of black fruit which offer a soothing warm sensation. A well-structured wine, also ideal for laying down.
- Vine age:50 years
- Soil:Clay sand
- ViewPicota cherry / Garnet rim
- Bouquet:Spicy notes / Liquorice / Ripe black fruit
- Mouth:Persistent / Intense / Warm / Marked tannins
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 15ºC and 17ºC
- Decanting:Decanting is recommended
- Drinking and storing:Drink now or keep until 2030
The Legaris winery belonging to the Codorníu Raventós group is located in Curiel de Duero (Valladolid) in Ribera del Duero. It runs 93 hectares of its own vineyards and also controls a further 200 hectares belonging to suppliers. As well as its traditional range of Roble, Crianza, and Reserva wines, in recent years the winery has explored the geographical wealth of the area working with both 'village wines' and their Páramos wine to demonstrate the qualities of high-altitude ...