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Alión 2019

Alión is a red wine made from fine red grapes. Harvested by hand and fermented in wooden tanks. Subsequently, it is aged for between 12 and 14 months in cement and new single-use French oak barrels. The wine ends with a minimum of 15 months of assembly in the bottle.

The result is an intense, elegant and complex wine.

2019 was a powerful, concentrated, juicy vintage, but from that sensual and unctuous side.

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Product Details
Data sheet
Bodegas Y Viñedos Alión
 Wine region
Ribera del Duero
12 meses en barrica de roble francés y 10 % de roble americano
 Bottle of
750 ml.
 Alcohol content
 R. Parker
Tasting notes
Color cereza picota de capa alta.
Aromas a frutos rojos maduros con un toque floral y unas notas de fina madera
Potente, frutal y incluso sabroso, buena acidez, con un final redondo y persistente.
Consumo y conservación
Este vino está apto para beber actualmente pero tiene un potencial de guarda de unos 20-25 años si se conserva en óptimas condiciones: 12-14 ºC y 60 % de humedad relativa.

Alión has a total of 130 hectares of land divided into three large blocks. On the one hand, it is located on 70 hectares of land on the Finca Vega Sicilia itself. Second, in the Padilla de Duero area where the winery is located, another 30 hectares of land have been added, the third vineyard of 30 hectares is located in the nearby town of Pesquera de Duero.

In Alión, due to the three sedimentary environments that make up its landscape, the rivers have a great variety of soils: rivers, valleys and windy sands. The most striking feature of its expansion is the fluvial environment, which is formed by the materials contributed by the Duero River during thousands of years of alluvial action. In this case, low and middle terraces are formed that represent the soil of Alión.

The main soil is deep, well drained, composed of rough texture, materials of reddish or white tones, alternately with finer, brown layers and rich quartzite gravels, testimony of alluvialization. The presence of deep accumulations of carbonates indicates the high maturity and evolution of these soils. The medium, fertile or sandy loam texture ensures good water and nutrient retention. The drainage conditions are very good. The regulation of the humidity of these soils allows the vineyard to have a good early maturity during the grape ripening process. Therefore, this environment affects the balanced development of the vine, which reflects the evolution and maturity of this excellent quality grape.


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