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Wine description

Aroma:  Ripe red fruits such as strawberry and cherry.
Colour: Ruby red, bright intense colour.
Klar, hell und frisch mit noch jungen Tanninen, die dem Wein Volumen verleihen. Der Abgang ist komplex und lang.
Overall result: The wine is rather light with medium acidity, elegant and very harmonious.
Match with... Goes well with grilled meat, game and braised dishes and mature cheese. You can enjoy this wine very well on its own in good company.
Alcohol: 15 % vol.



Region:  D.O. Ribera del Duero
Vintage: 2018
Vines: 80% Tinto Fino (Tempranillo), 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot, 2% Malbec
Soil: High proportion of limestone and chalk stones
Hight: approx. 700m above sea level
Clima: Continental, with extremely cold winters and hot summers. Mediterranean influence with moderate temperatures on the plateau.



Fermentation: 21 days at 26-30ºC
Malolactic fermentation: 100% in French oak barrels
Aging: 17 months in French oak barrels (30% new, 70% second-hand)



Robert Parker: 94/100
Tim Atkin: 94/100



Luis Gutierréz of Robert Parker's critic wrote in 2021:

"The 2018 Hacienda Monasterio, the wine previously labelled Crianza, is a blend of 80% Tinto Fino, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot and 2% Malbec, sourced from their 100 hectares of certified organic vineyard in the western part of Ribera del Duero. Fermentation was traditional, destemmed and in 8,000-litre stainless steel tanks (as opposed to the 20,000-litre tanks used in 2016) with indigenous yeasts. The wine matured for 18 months in French oak barrels, 25% of which were new. This wine represents the character of the estate, including all the grapes. It is still a little young, creamy, a little bit chewy with cereal notes, juicy and tannic, but balanced. This vintage has great balance and freshness, but at the moment it's still a bit too oaky for me - but it should develop well in the bottle. They are in the process of replacing the Merlot with Malbec because they believe that Malbec works well in the Ribera del Duero. 220,000 bottles were produced. It was bottled in June 2020."


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