Grapes are sourced from the Bellavista vineyard: a single, tiny vineyard planted with 80-year old vines at 900 metres above sea level. As with other Milú wines, the grapes are foot trodden and wine is fermented in open-top barriques, then bottled unfined and unfiltered. The result is pure, fresh, and extremely elegant. Quantities are very limited. Grape Variety: Tempranillo Region: Castilla y Leon Appelation: Ribera del Duero Winery: Bodegas Germán R. Blanco and José Luis Herrero Vintage: 2019 Ageing: 12 months in 225-litre French oak barriques Farming: Organic Alcohol % ABV: 13.5 Allergens & Misc. Ingredients: Contains Sulphites and Sulphur Dioxide
The grapes are sourced from the Bellavista vineyard (0.5 ha), near the village of La Aguilera. The vines average 80 years of age and are planted on pebbly soil with a planting density of 2,500 vines/ha. The altitude of the vineyards is 906 metres above sea level.
Viticulture is organic and sustainable. The vines are gobelet-trained and dryfarmed.
Whole bunches are hand-picked and foot-trodden. The must is fermented in open top oak barriques with minimal punching down. Malolactic fermentation takes place in barriques, and wine is then is matured for 12 months in 225-litre French oak barriques. Finally it is bottled unfined, unfiltered and with minimal additions of sulphur.
The nose displays elegant aromas of cedar, aromatic herbs and ripe dark fruits. It shows tension in the mouth due to its vibrant acidity and tannic structure, as well as a smooth balance provided by its intense flavour and lingering finish.