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Condado De Oriza Reserva 2013

Condado De Oriza Reserva 2013

€15.95
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Red Wine reserve from Ribera del Duero (Spain) produced by the winery Condado De Oriza with Tempranillo grapes.
Best pairing would be grilled red meats, stews, beef and game animals.
Enjoy in its best condition from now until 2024.
The service temperature ranges between 14ºC and 18ºC preferably in a Tempranillo type glass.
Quantity
In stock

The Condado De Oriza Reserva is made from Tinta del Pais (Tempranillo) harvested from vines older than 40 years and no more than 4 small clusters. The vineyards are located in the terms of Olmedillo de Roa, Sotillo and Anguix in the heart of the Ribera del Duero.

Maceration for 30 days at a controlled temperature. Aged in new barrels of French and American oak for 12 months, after which the wine is unified in two-year-old barrels for another 12 months. Finally, it rests bottled for 12 months before marketing.

Tasting notes:
Bright cherry red colour with ocher trim.
It is a wine with distinctive mineral notes, very complex and suggestive in the nose.
The palate is long and smooth but powerful, showing personality.

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Data sheet

Type
Red wine
Price
€10 to €20
Points
Peñín
Peñín
89
Country
Spain
Region
Ribera del Duero
Grape
Tempranillo
Aging
Reserva
Size
75 cl
Alcohol
13.5%

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