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Montevannos Reserva

DO Ribera del Duero, Spain (89% Tinto Fino, 11% Merlot) 750 ml Aged in American and French oak for 14 months and at least 24 months in bottles TASTING NOTES Ruby red with rim of garnet. Intense nose where it perfectly blends with the vanilla and toasted aromas from wood. It is soft on entry, a prolongation of nose, leaving an intense, long-lasting impression in the finish. RD08.
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Bodegas Montevannos

Montevannos Tinto Joven (85% Tempranillo, 15% Merlot) Montevannos Crianza (92% Tinto Fino, 8% Merlot) Montevannos Reserva (89% Tinto Fino, 11% Merlot) Opimius Special Selection (100% Tinto Fino) Bodegas Montevannos was established in the 1987. It is located in Sotillo de la Ribera (Burgos), a rich and generous land on the highest area of Ribera del Duero. Montevannos owns vines of the “Tempranillo” and “Merlot” varieties placed at over 900 metres above sea level, contributing to grant our wines a unique character and a strong personality. The wine age in a American and French oak barrels in the cellars: there they reach the fullness and magnificence of the sought shades, the texture and uniqueness that define our wines. Ageing in bottle enhances the wine like a good restoring sleep. We try our best by carefully blending the old traditional methods with the most state-of.the-art technology, while enjoying the search of new.
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DO Ribera del Duero

Bodegas Reyes Bodegas Dehesa de los Canonigos Bodegas Montevannos Bodegas Santa Eulalia Bodegas Balbas The ancient inhabitants of the region already knew it. This inimitable land produces something inimitable. The art of winemaking in the Ribera del Duero. The story of the Ribera del Duero has run in parallel with the union of vine and wine, the fruit of the varieties that stud its landscape, the personality of its people and their culture. We have to go back no more than 2,000 years to find the first reference to winemaking in the zone: a Roman mosaic of 66 square metres, considered the largest piece bearing Bacchic allegories of the Peninsula, that was discovered in Baños de Valdearados during the grape harvest of 1972. The Designation of Origin as we know it today, came out of the initiative of a series of vine-growers and winemakers wanting to improve the vineyards and.
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