For all its reputation as a rising star on the spanish scene over the past decade or two the landscape of ribera del duero is suffused in centuries of wine heritage – from gnarled tinto fino (tempranillo) vines of venerable age to the labyrinthine wine cellars that wind beneath the streets of the town of aranda de duero.
FOOD MATCHING NOTE
xcellent pairing with grilled meats and grilled vegetables.
serious, multi-faceted wine with a long life ahead. Floral aromas and fresh black fruit fills the nose followed by a complex palate of vanilla, cocoa, toasted coffee and new leather displaying a fine balance of oak and fruit. Superb length with lasting notes of spice, tobacco, sandalwood and liquorice.