£ 7.46/ btl 0.75 L
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Details for Valtravieso Finca Santa María 2019
Bottle size and vintage
A coupage of Tinta Fina (90%) and small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon (5%) and Merlot (5%), which are produced separately before being aged in French barrels for 6 months and concluding with its tannins polished in bottle for between 3 and 6 months prior to being released onto the market.
A ruby-red colour, its purple-hued bright glints denote its combination of youth and ageing. On the nose, its pure fruitiness integrates too with the barrel notes and delivers an aromatic harmony of black fruits (blackberry and blueberry) on a background of ripe grapes and hints of liquorice and vanilla. After these, other spicy aromas and a touch of cinnamon sweetness. On the palate, notable highlights are its silkiness and acidity, well counterbalanced with some sweet tannins which round off the wine even more.
Red meats / Daytime conversation / Tapas
- Soil:Limestone / Stony
- Climate:Continental with atlantic influence
- ViewRuby red / Purplish glints
- Bouquet:Black fruits / Cinnamon / Vanilla / Liquorice / Spices / Ripe grape
- Mouth:Silky / Sweet tannins / Rounded
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 15ºC and 17ºC
My "Go To" Wine
Like everyone we all find that the wines we buy at home are not always the same as sitting in Spain and enjoying the local wine. I love Ribera del Duero and tried six different bottles at home - this to me is by far the best. Good price, excellent nose and a pleasant after-tasteby: Jaakko Kullberg (03/09/2019) - Vintage 2018
Nice young Crianza
A good quality / price for a young Crianza wine, strong good taste good with meat as many Ribera Del Duero's. I would buy it again!by: Valentín (27 May) - Vintage 2018
Excelente relación calidad precio .Frescura y armoníaby: Carlos (14/04/2018) - Vintage 2016
Relación calidad precio es uno de los vinos a recomendar para cosumo frecuente por su alta calidad y precio razonableby: josete (12/12/2017) - Vintage 2016
buen vino de diario
Es un vino correcto para su precio, pero pelín aburrido. Yo, personalmente, prefiero que los tintos jóvenes sean de un afrutado un poco más alegre.
Bodegas y Viñedos Valtravieso
Valtravieso started up in 1985 on an estate called La Revilla, located in the Valladolid town of Pinel de Arriba, right in the heart of the Ribera del Duero. It was here that the first experimental grapevines were planted and the first vintage to be put on the market was the 1994, which was their Crianza. However, it wasn't until the González Beteré family acquired the property in 2002 that Valtravieso's wines really got underway. The Valtravieso philosophy is based on the...