Ribera del Duero (DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN) Situated in the heart of Castilla y Leon, this wine region that dates back to the Middle Ages, extends over a hundred miles, along the high course of the river Duero. Production area: 18,452 ha - The main production area includes 59 municipalities of Burgos in which 85% is cultivated vineyard, with the rest divided between Valladolid (19 municipalities) Soria (6) and Segovia (5). The traditional grape variety is Tinta area of the country, also known as Tempranillo or Tinto Fino, which occupies 60% of the vineyards. The Tinta del Pais of Ribera del Duero, known for its pigmentation and better fruit acidity in other Spanish regions, qualities that make producing wines of great elegance and velvety structure, rich in extract. On a smaller scale also grown Grenache, which is not used in breeding reds in this Denomination of Origin, Albillo (white grapes), grape Bobal and international strains such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Merlot. Ribera del Duero is definitely a star regions of Spanish and international geography. The quality of its wines has been at the forefront of Spanish and international wines. In 2012 Ribera del Duero received the award for "Best Wine Region of the Year", a prestigious award given by the American magazine "Wine Enthusiast Magazine". Control Board: http://www.riberadelduero.es
La Rioja (Denomination of Origin) The cultivation area of the Denomination of Origin La Rioja is located in the Ebro valley and is divided into three areas with different climatic and soil composition: Alava Rioja, Rioja Alta and Rioja Baja. The Rioja Alta occupies the western half of the name, and the eastern half Rioja Baja. The Rioja region is located north of La Rioja Alta, between the Ebro River, which forms its southern border, and the Sierra de Cantabria, sheltered from the north winds. Overall, the Rioja Alta and the Rioja region have a climate with Mediterranean and Atlantic influences, while in the Rioja Baja predominantly Mediterranean climate, warmer and drier. These differences are readily apparent on the landscape and vegetation, although within each zone are given different microclimates depending on factors such as solar orientation or the degree of exposure to wind. Grape varieties: Tempranillo (preferred), Garnacha, Mazuelo (aka Carignan) and Graciano White grape varieties: Viura (preferred) or Macabeo, Malvasia and Garnacha Blanca Rioja has been and is, without doubt, the reference star Spanish wine, mainly red, either in Spain or abroad Regulatory Board of Denominación de Origen Rioja www.Riojawine.com
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Wines from D.O. Arlanza, Burgos, Spain.
Wines from D.O.Méntrida, Toledo, Castilla La Mancha, Spain.
Vinos de la denominación de orígen V.T. Mallorca
La Montesa is a red wine D.O.Ca. Rioja made by Bodegas Palacios Remondo
Remelluri Reserva is the original Granja Nuestra Señora de Remelluri state wine, fruit of the most important vineyards of the property. Parker 93/100
Torre do Olivar is a Ribeiro white wine made with 100% Palomino grapes.
Paco y Lola is the freshest and funniest albariño from the Rías Baixas. Prepared by sustainable production, from the must of selected grapes.
Pesquera Reserva is a classic wine from Ribera del Duero that does not need presentation, created by Alejandro Fernandez is a guarantee of quality.
Finca Resalso is the youngest wine of the Bodegas Emilio Moro, despite it is a very well structured wine with a marked presence in color, nose and mouth.
Juan Gil Etiqueta Plata 12 months is made with grapes of the Monastrell variety with a low yield of around 2,500 Kg / Ha. The wine is aged in French oak barrels.
Matarromera Reserva is one of the most prestigious wines of the D.O. Ribera del Duero This reserve perfectly demonstrates why his fame. A round wine
Finca Villacreces enjoy this name as it's the emblematic wine of the estate. With the meticulous selection, Finca Villacreces is elaborated from the 15 best treasured vine from the estate.