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Ribera del Duero

Located in the heart of old Castile, the vineyard of Ribera del Duero follows the course of the river which winds through the Meseta, for 110 km. The vines are planted on its banks or on the heights of the plateau. The success of the wines of this highly rated DO is the result of a happy alchemy between a warm and dry climate but marked by strong amplitudes (day and night), a variety, the tempranillo (called tinta del país or tinto fino) , and poor soils mixing clays, marls and limestones. Since the 1980s, the great red wines of Ribera del Duero have established themselves as the best wines of Spain.

  • Ribera del Duero

    Finca Villacreces, Pruno 2016

    91 points Wine Spectator"Smoky and loamy earth notes frame a core of black cherry and plum in this firm, dense red. Balsamic acidity balances muscular tannins, which yield to a floral, minerally finish. Drink now through 2028." 91 points Robert Parker's...

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  • Ribera del Duero Red Wine

    Finca Villacreces, Ribera del Duero 2015

    95 points James Suckling"A solid dose of violety florals, ripe plum and dark berry fruit. Tannins push this wine along while a youthful energy pervades. Structure, concentration and balance. Best from 2020." 94 points Jeb Dunnuck"From a site the borders...

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    Montecrasto, Ribera del Duero 2013

    91 Points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The now called simply 2013 Montecastro feel like a completely different wine from a new regime. The wine is ripe and heady but the oak feels much better integrated, and the palate is smoother and with better...

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