Wine Bodegas La Horra, "Corimbo", Ribero del Duero DO, 2009
Wine of cherry color with a violet hue.
The wine has a balanced, well-structured, elegant taste with ripe tannins and fresh long aftertaste.
In rich, fresh aroma of wine felt notes of red and black fruit, toast, vanilla and balsamic tones.
The wine goes well with game, red grilled meat, beans, roast, stews and mature cheeses.
"Corimbo" - wine, created from grapes Tempranillo, also called Hasibera or Aragonezh. Berries for this wine collected from vines 20 years of age. Continental climate with significant difference of day and night temperatures, typical of Ribera del Duero, gives the wine a special freshness and aroma. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in wooden vats and stainless steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation - in wooden barrels. 80% of the wine is aged for a year in French oak barrels, and the remaining 20% - in barrels made of American wood.
Bodegas La Horra - is a project of Bodegas Roda, born in the course of experiments with Tempranillo grape variety. Poyavlyanie through this new plant in the province of Burgos the company seeks to reveal the advantages of Tempranillo, the most popular by far in Portugal and Spain, opening in it new opportunities and face. Vineyards Bodegas La Horra are located in the Ribera del Duero, in the region of Castilla y Leon (Spain).
Bodegas Roda was founded in 1987 by Mario Rottlant Catalans and Carmen Daurella. Their goal was to create a superb, highly expressive red wines in a contemporary style, reflecting the terroir of the region and varietal characteristics in a unique incarnation. The symbol of the winery, conveys a sense of vision of its wines, became the image of a thistle - elegant hardy flower, closely related with the landscape and able to be stored for a long time after cutting.