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Ribera del Duero

Spanish Wine - Red Wine

The Duero (known as the Douro in Portugal) is a river that runs out of the Pyrenees in Northern Spain through Portugal to the Atlantic Ocean.

On the Spanish shores of the Duero is one of the finest wine growing regions of Spain, the Ribera del Duero. The primary grape variety is Tempranillo, often known there as Tinto Fino. The Tinto Fino is traditionally blended with small amounts of Garnacha, Cabernet (Sauvignon and Franc) and/or Merlot.



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From 70 year-old Garnacha vines grown on decomposed granite soils at a staggering 1,150 meters elevation in the Gredos mountain range. Destemmed, fermented with wild yeasts and raised in steel vat. El Marciano is an ethereal wine with powerful ... click for more details
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Original bodega founded in 1972. A living icon of modern Spanish wine, Alejandro Fernández was one of the first in his country to return to biodynamic, low yield viticulture in order to produce concentrated oak-aged red wines capable of extended ... click for more details
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Score: 88 Release Price: $18 Country: Spain Region: Spain Issue: Web Only - 2009 This solid red rests on muscular tannins, with plum, tar and smoke flavors that promise depth below their austerity. Tightly packed but harmonious. ... click for more details
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Heavy color, inky ruby and clean. The nose is dense with a good intensity, the red fruit, (cherry, raspberry) balsamic and brioche are very elegant and greed. In mouth, roundness and full body, the red fruit jam, cherry and raspberry are well ... click for more details
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Attractive dark cherry-red colour with blue purple tints. Powerful on the nose with ripe red berry fruit aromas (mulberries and redcurrants) together with subtle complex aromas coming from the oak (vanilla, spices and roasted coffee beans). ... click for more details
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This is the reference wine of Vega Sicilia, although it shares its special character with the rest of the wines from the winery. It comes from the older vines on the estate and is made with the varieties of tempranillo and more cabernet sauvignon ... click for more details
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La Planta 2008 is soft, inviting and balanced. A great wine for everyday drinking when you need an extra effort from your wine. Inviting nose of red fruit, sweet oak and a nice textured finish.Founded in 1993, Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro has been ... click for more details
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The “Terroir”: A mixture of chalky clay which gives density and roundness to the María, and a plot of chalky gravel which will provide its elegance and floral part. The 2006 Vintage: Winter and summer rainfalls allowed a good development and ... click for more details
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Parada De Atauta 2009: 90 Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2011 Bright purple. Fragrant nose displays blackberry, violet, black pepper and spicy oak. Suave, spicy and open-knit, with a restrained sweetness and good spicy ... click for more details
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The Valbuena red has aged for less time than the Vega Sicilia Único. It is a wine that comes from the younger vines and, it is mostly made with the varieties of tempranillo and more merlot than cabernet sauvignon. It has the garnet cherry red colour  click for more details
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The 2013 Flor de Pingus is a mosaic of different vineyards in the village of La Horra in Burgos, totaling some 35 hectares. As all these are estate vineyards, they were much better controlled than those used for PSI, and the wine shows it in a ... click for more details
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