What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Bright / Violet glints|
|Fruit aromas / Fruits of the forest / Red fruit / Mineral notes / Spicy notes / Balsamic notes|
|Powerful / Balanced / Warm / Rounded tannins / Smooth tannins|
Drinking and storing
Mediterranean cuisine / Stuffed aubergines / Lamb / Mushrooms / Pasta with bolognese sauce / T-bone steak / With a good book
Ratings and awards
Good value red wine made with indigenous grape
A focus on making wines with once overlooked & under-rated indigenous grapes continues with this smooth, easy to drink red wine made with the mantanegro grape. It’s not a wine for special occasions, but does represent excellent value for regular drinking.
Maybe our favourite Mallorcan red
Surprisingly good value. You get fruit but it's not dominating. And then some other nuances come in to play and you get quite a sophisticated wine. A great price from Vinnisimus as well, we often have to pay more for this wine when we are in Mallorca.
Beautiful Red Wine
We opened this bottle at the weekend. The wine is a lovely rich red, stunning colour. We would definitely purchase this again. We are visiting the vineyard in July.
I started ordering Ribas following a holiday on Majorca. Orders are handled very efficiently and delivered quite quickly. The Ribas is also very good!
Great with beef
Tried in Mallorca with a chateau briand it was fantastic so I ordered 1 more now were back in the UK I tried from RIBAS but they suggested vinnimus
Bodegas Ribas is considered to be the oldest family winery in Spain. Its origins date back to 1711 and the name of its founder, Pedro Ribas de Cabrera, devoted to working the island’s traditional crops of olives and vines back in the 18th century. Ever since then, generation after generation of the family have continued Pedro's work at Hereus de Ribas, making wine with a commitment to the land, history and heritage. They are currently carrying out research to...