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Selección de las cepas más viejas de más de 60 años (viñedo propio 1955-1968) y solo las mejores cosechas. Voluminoso, envolvente y aterciopelado al paladar, concluye en un final largo y muy persistente. 2950 Botellas. 93-94 RP
No es fácil tener acceso a vinos viejos de esta calidad, y menos de una añada de las que se consideran míticas en el Mosela. El año perfecto climatológicamente hablando. Una primavera seca seguida de un verano cálido y también seco que dio paso a las esperadísimas lluvias de septiembre, imprescindibles para devolver el equilibrio a un viñedo y permitir...
Monsieur Descombes experiments, in the good way. This a Beaujolais on the skins made with Chardonnay of calcareous clay soils, which he destems and then macerates for 15 days, after which it performs a pressing to begin fermentation. The wine is aged for six months in barrels and foudres
Strains between 15 and 25 years old for this wine that tries to respect the fruit by raising 50% of the wine in barrels and the other 50% in stainless steel tanks. Intense aromas of fruit (raspberry, plum); Fennel, licorice and vanilla along with toast. Good balance in the mouth with a soft and elegant tannin.
Young red wine of the tintilla variety fermented in stainless steel. It is a wine with a high layer and violet trim. It is very expressive in the nose with a predominance of fruit notes. The mouth is nice, subtly tannic and fresh. Bottled unfiltered.
Made with a majority of Tempranillo and a small proportion of Graciano from the town of Ábalos, at the foot of Sierra Cantabria. These are clayey-calcareous soils in an area of Atlantic climate, which gives rise to fresh wines according to the style of the area. The wine is stepped on with bare feet (hence its name), and is vinified destemmed.
From a selection of twelve casks of Amontillado from Sanlucar that a few years ago made La Bota 37, the remnant is now bottled. A few years have passed and the wine has evolved differently. Who still has one of those bottles will be able to compare how the wine has evolved very differently without losing that very fine Amontillado character from some of...
It is a wine from the village of Lanciego (the town to which the village of Viñaspre belongs). This Rock Abo, comes from a plot that is the first plot that Roberto Olivan acquired in this town and he wanted to see the potential and type of wine he could offer, since the conditions are quite different from those he has in Viñaspre.
The Las Guillermas estate, located in Viñaspre (Rioja Alavesa), was planted more than 65 years ago with Tempranillo and Viura. The estate has deep soils of almost one and a half meters, with a slight slope and specific gravel areas, with areniscca mother rock and superficial loams.
Roberto Oliván has done it again. With Tempranillo (85%) and Viura (15%) from the Alava area, planted more than fifteen years ago on farms with limestone loam soils that undergo minimal intervention viticulture, it is manually harvested in fifteen kilo boxes.
Zarate found this vineyard called Castiñeiro in Aldea do Monte, where a clone that is characterized by its very low layer is planted. So low that it is problematic to achieve acceptance of wine by the Regulatory Council. Eulogio says that it is a difficult wine to locate, which can make us think of Galicia but also a Poulsard del Jura.