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2018 Quinta Milu Ribera del Duero

SKU #1427467

Produced from organically grown Tempranillo grown in the high elevation village of La Aguilera - a spot making a splash for the quality of its old vines and resulting wines - this tastes like fresh, tangy plums, with a character that is very drinkable and expressive. From our experience, it's rare that unoaked Tempranillo truly knocks it out of the park, but this one absolutely does.

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By: Kirk Walker | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/18/2019 | Send Email
A small project of winemaker Germán R. Blanco who is actively moving away from the regions winemaking traditions. The fruit comes several smaller plots, all of which are older than 40 years, all located around the village, La Aguilera. Here is where the elevation and limestone soils work to balance the extremes of the regions contental climate. This wine only sees old oak, both French and American but after that is where this wine diverges from modern traditions. The wine spontaneous ferments and he tries to intervene as little as possible. The is deeply colored, just like you think it should be but there is a liveliness and a freshness to it that is unexpected. The flavors are Ribera del Duero but the experience is not.

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