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Trus Crianza

Estate wine made with Tinto Fino grapes from the Fuentecubo, La Pintada, La Pedrera, Valdezate and Valverde vineyards for a mix of Chalky-clay soils.

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Denomination of Origin: Ribera del Duero (Spain)

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Tempranillo, tinta del país.
ALCOHOL: 14% Vol
Aging: 14 months in French oak barrels.

TASTING NOTES
Cherry red with purplish nuances. High and deep layer.
Intense nose, emphasizing the ripe plum and cinnamon.
The taste is very intense and elegant, uniting the fruit and the
contribution of the soft oak, with hints of cinnamon and
spices. Noted for its nesse and elegance, which is a very long
taste in the mouth. Notable mineral nuances on the nish.
The pleasant acidity, balanced alcohol, make that
complement very well and result in a long-lasting, intense
wine.Gains a lot in the bottle.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Selecting calcareous soils to give wines with fruit, volume and
complexity. Traditional elaboration in French oak vats.
Intense and prolonged maceration. Malolactic in oak vats.
14 months in French oak. Subsequent maturation tanks for a
perfect assembly. Natural stabilization, without aggressive
ltering. Bottled in 2013.

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Denomination of Origin: Ribera del Duero (Spain)

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Tempranillo, tinta del país.
ALCOHOL: 14% Vol
Aging: 14 months in French oak barrels.

TASTING NOTES
Cherry red with purplish nuances. High and deep layer.
Intense nose, emphasizing the ripe plum and cinnamon.
The taste is very intense and elegant, uniting the fruit and the
contribution of the soft oak, with hints of cinnamon and
spices. Noted for its nesse and elegance, which is a very long
taste in the mouth. Notable mineral nuances on the nish.
The pleasant acidity, balanced alcohol, make that
complement very well and result in a long-lasting, intense
wine.Gains a lot in the bottle.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Selecting calcareous soils to give wines with fruit, volume and
complexity. Traditional elaboration in French oak vats.
Intense and prolonged maceration. Malolactic in oak vats.
14 months in French oak. Subsequent maturation tanks for a
perfect assembly. Natural stabilization, without aggressive
ltering. Bottled in 2013.