Bodegas La Horra - Corimbo I 2009 - Red Wine 75cl Bottle

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Bodegas La Horra - Corimbo I 2009
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75cl Bottle
£38.29
Available 23rd Jan 2015
 

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Bodegas La Horra is the new project in Ribera del Duero. 20 years old year vines of Tempranillo are used to produce Corimbo I. The Alcoholic fermentation takes place in wooden vats and stainless steel tanks whereas the malolactic fermentation occurs in wooden vats and barrels.
The ageing will last about 12 months in barrels made of 80% French oak and 20% American oak.

A very intense, deep, elegant, heady nose with well integrated oak. A lot of ripe black fruit. Mineral hints, sweet spice, black chocolate combined with ripe fruit. A full, rich palate. Ripe, fresh black fruit, mineral, with the hint of chocolate. Retronasal powerful with refreshing balsamic hints from the aromatic plants in the pine forest. Tannins of great quality are present. Excellent finish of ripe fruit very black, cocoa and refreshing balsamic hints.

Serve at room temperature accompanied by fine rich dishes such as roasted venison or grilled beef.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Bodegas La Horra   -   www.bodegaslahorra.es
ABV:   13.5%
Appellation:   Ribera del Duero DO
Brand:   Bodegas La Horra
Country of Origin:   Spain
Decanter Awards:   2013 Silver
Decanter Awards:   2014 Bronze
Food Match:   Funghi
Food Match:   Pork
Grape Type:   Tempranillo
Parker Points :   90
Region:   Castile and Leon
Residual Sugar g/l:   1
Vintage:   2009
Winemaker:   Agustin Santolaya

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2 Products From this Producer

ProductAvailabilitySizePrice
Bodegas La Horra - Corimbo 201123rd Jan 2015   75cl Bottle£ 20.89
Bodegas La Horra - Corimbo I 200923rd Jan 2015   75cl Bottle£ 38.29

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Producer Information

This new project was launched in 2011 by the dynamic team at Bodegas Roda utilising their experience and incredible know-how of Tempranillo but in the context of Ribera del Duero.
Corimbo comes from 20 year old vines and has a rich bright fruit core thanks to a shorter maceration time. Corimbo I (launched with the 2009 vintage) comes from 40 year old vines and features darker more restrained fruit. The success in both wines is thanks to the high altitude of the vineyards, so despite a continental climate, these wines are supremely elegant and well balanced.
Everything you might expect from the Roda team.

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