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Tempranillo 'Crianza' Tinto Pesquera 2019

Tempranillo 'Crianza' Tinto Pesquera 2019

Tinto Pesquera

The Tempranillo  "Crianza" is a full-bodied, smooth, intense and enveloping Spanish red wine with a warm and generous soul. It ages for 18 months in barrique and releases ample aromas of black cherries, spices and licorice. The palate is firm, velvety and persistent, with a rich, floral and spicy flavor

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Ribera del Duero DOC


Tempranillo 100%


Alcohol content

14.5 %


75 cl Bottle


Fermentation in steel with maceration on the skins for 25-28 days


18 months in barriques

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


Tempranillo "Crianza" Tinto Pasquera is a full-bodied Spanish red wine that is very enjoyable to drink without ever being boring or repetitive. Credit to a round tannin, expertly crafted that lends silkiness to a fresh-tasting sip. The nose tells of both the primary characteristics of the varietal used Tempranillo and the tertiary nuances absorbed during the ageing phase in wood. In gastronomic terms, if you want to spoil yourself by staying on Spanish soil, we recommend pairing it with a Jamón Ibérico de Bellota.

"Crianza" Tinto Pasquera is a pure Tempranillo, a grape that is grown at about 800 meters above sea level in plots perfectly exposed to the south. The subsoil is characterized by a sandy core, and the climate is continental, tempered by the flows coming from the Atlantic Ocean, with rainfall that helps create the optimal conditions for perfect grape growth. During the harvest, only the best bunches are selected, and the winemaking stage is followed with special care. This is followed by final ageing, in which the wine rests first for 18 months in American oak barrels and then, after bottling, for another six months directly in the glass.

Tempranillo "Crianza" Tinto Pesquera wine reveals itself to the eye with a ruby red colour. The nose opens on fruity touches, which then veers towards floral sensations and lightly spicy and woody nuances. On the palate, it is full-bodied, with a tasty and crisp, rounded mouthfeel, from which emerges a taste marked by a pleasant freshness. A bottle with which the varietal, Tempranillo, is presented with classicism, ideal therefore for those who want to approach this grape that in Spain is considered very important for the entire wine scene.


Ruby red


Fresh, soft and persistent


Fruity aromas of black cherry, cedar and blackberries with hints of violets, liquorice and a pleasant spicy nuance and mineral