Emina - Crianza 2009 - Spanish Red Wine 6x 75cl Bottles

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Emina - Crianza 2009
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75cl Bottles
£13.34
Available 16th May 2014
 

Description:
Deep cherry colour with purple flints, clean and bright.

On the nose it is very complex, excellent harmony in its aromas: ripe fruit, toasts, coffee.

On the palate, it is powerful, round and well structured. Sweet polished tannins perfectly balanced with clean wood. Smooth and lingering finish.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Emina Winery   -   www.emina.es
ABV:   13%
Acidity g/l:   5.1
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Emina Winery
Country of Origin:   Spain
Food Pairings:   Game
Food Pairings:   Red Meats
Grape Type:   Tempranillo
Malolactic Fermentation:   No
Quality Designation:   DO
Region:   Ribera del Duero
Residual Sugar g/l:   1.3
Style of Red:   Powerful & Robust
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vintage:   2009
Winemaker:   Carlos Moro

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Producer Information

The world of wine goes much further than just the wine making process, as it is a culture within itself. The origins of the wine in this area date back to the Vacceos. At the archaeological site in Pintia, close to the Emina centre, remains have been found, which confirm the origin of the wine. Atio is the first reference we have of the world of wine in this area. As early as the thirteen century, the Cistercian monks, who lived in this monastery of Santa Maria de Valbuena, introduced the grape variety, 'tempranillo'. In the site of Pintia, very close to Emina, in recent years, numerous remains have been discovered related to the growing of vines.

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