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Calderona Crianza

DO Cigales, Spain (100% Tempranillo) 750 mL Color: Cherry red, with purple hues in the thin layer, bright and clear with good depth. Aroma: Complex and elegant, with good ageing in American oak and a fruity background. Palate: Full of flavour and good body. The tanins and strong backbone continue to recall the cask ageing.Recommended for Meats and roasts. Serving temperature 18 °C CI01.
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Bodegas Frutos Villar

Calderona Crianza Calderona Joven Abadia Real Red Abadia Real White Señorio de Balboa The beginning of the professional involvement of the Frutos Villar family in the wine market is to be traced back to the dawning of this century, when on a purely local basis we bought up and sold wine from the region of Toro. Well before the officially demarcated wine regions of Spain, the so-called “Denominaciones de Origen” or “DOs”, came into being, we set up our first winery at Toro in 1920. True to our ideal of renewal and progress, in 1960 we established our second winery in Cigales. Upon the consolidation of the demarcated regions, in 1988 the Frutos Villar family purchased Bodegas Santa Eulalia, a winery belonging to the Ribera del Duero region. At Bodegas Frutos Villar, whilst continuing to make great wines at those of our own vineyards not belonging to any “Denominación de.
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DO Cigales

Bodegas Frutos Villar  (Cigales, Valladolid) Historical Data The Cigales began functioning as such in 1991, a Youth misleading however, because as stated documented as early as the tenth century vineyard owners appear in different municipalities of the region as Cubillas or Corcos. The first inhabitants of the region were the vacceos subjected by the Romans in the second century. C.; arrive later invasions barbarous Germans and Arabs. The reconquest brought people from other regions who mixed their blood with isolated groups of survivors, giving rise to the existing population today. These lands preserved many traces of a glorious past. Numerous castles punctuate their municipalities, as Trigueros del Valle, Fuensaldaña-today the headquarters of the Castile and Leon or Mucientes, where Juana La Loca remained. Next to the castle, and when they would consolidate peace, began to extended the vineyards, especially property of the monasteries, which needed wine for both worship and.
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