Wine Region: Ribera del Duero, Spain
In the mouth it is broad, powerful, with volume, smooth but with perfectly integrated tannins; showing great character, round and very long; elegant bitter touch in the finish; very persistent both in taste and aromas.
Meaty, sumptuous and characterful, with abundant fruit, glycerine, tannins and toasted oak.
Ageing: 18 months in cask, 6 months in bottle before release.
Pairing: Red meats such as beef, lamb, roasts; hard cheeses
About the Winery
Mauro Pérez was born among the vines of Pedrosa de Duero, a farmer full of wisdom and love for his land, he planted and tilled the vineyards which today are the source of wines with unique characteristics. Pedrosa and Pérez Pascuas are the most commonly mentioned “P words” in conversations about wine from the Castilian region of Spain.
The quiet Pedrosa de Duero has become synonymous with Pérez Pascuas, the surnames of the town’s most cherished sons: Benjamin, Manuel and Adolfo. These brothers have inherited a sense of brotherhood with the land that gives them grapes, the fruit of years of hard work. The Pérez Pascuas family maintains a daily relationship, motivated by love, with its vineyards. The result is one of the best wines made in the region of Ribera del Duero.
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