Very layered and complex with aromas of dark fruits like plum and blackberry, aromatic herbs, damp earth and chocolate.
Intense, opaque wine/ Bordeaux red with a deep red rim.
It is a muscular, full-bodied wine with lively acidity. Despite its potent tannins, it appears elegant, velvety and discreetly astringent. It is the interplay of fruit, long finish and freshness that make this wine.
An excellent, elegant and harmonious wine with ageing potential.
Grilled meats, short roasts or even strong stews.
D.O. Ribera del Duero
Tinta del País
Muddy, loamy sandy soil alternating with layers of limestone.
Approx. 720 - 1100 m above sea level
Mediterranean climate with continental influences with dry summers and long and harsh winters.
Alcoholic fermentation takes place in oak barrels and malolactic fermentation in 250l oak barrels.
Over 14 months in 80% French oak barrels and 20% American oak barrels.
Luis Gutierréz the critic Robert Parkers wrote in 2021:
"The 2014 Corimbo I, their top bottling, was fermented in oak barrels with indigenous yeasts and aged for 16 months in French and American oak barrels, 40-50% of it new. 2014 was a very heterogeneous vintage in Ribera del Duero, and I can't really describe the style of the wines from that year, because they seem very different. Some wines seem weaker than the 2015s, and the ageing seems a bit harsh for the quality of the juice. There are lots of smoky, toasty and spicy aromas and flavours, and the wine is medium-bodied with lots of dry tannins and a slight bitterness on the finish. 36,500 bottles were produced. It was bottled in September 2016."
Known for its laid-back, Mediterranean lifestyle, the Iberian Peninsula has plenty to offer. In addition to exclusive wines, you will also find sparkling cavas, selected sherries, dessert wines and the highest quality olive oils in our range, as well as selected balsamic vinegars with which we would like to bring a piece of Spain to your home.