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Pesquera Crianza is a landmark in the Ribera del Duero wines. This wine is specially suitable for roasted or grilled meats, its body and taste place it amongst the favorite wines of Spanish drinkers year after year.
|Type Of Wine:||red wine|
|Vintage:||2011 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Ribera del Duero (Castilla y León, Spain)|
|Grapes:||Tempranillo, Tinta Fina|
Elaboration of Tinto Pesquera Crianza 2011
Tinto Pesquera Crianza 2011 (Tempranillo and Tinta Fina)
- View: Tinto Pesquera Crianza 2011 is cherry colour with violet tones. Clean, bright, medium-high. Abundant tear stained.
- Nose: High aromatic intensity. Clean and appetizing aromas of ripe red fruit on a delicate toasted, spicy and refreshing with expressive balsamic.
- Mouth: Elegant, tasty and fresh. Long journey full of silky fruit intermixed with toasty. Excellent acidity and friendly, tamed and juicy tannins. Final along great persistence, very nice.
TEMPERATURE: 16 ° C
DEGREE OF ALCOHOL: 14%
PAIRING: Rice with meat, Roasted Lamb, Lamb Stew, Grilled red meats, Stews, Roasts, Sheep Cheese
AGING: This wine has undergone a 16-month aging in American oak barrels, 6 months in bottle.
VINEYARD: Tinto Pesquera
APPELLATION: Ribera del Duero
How to serve
Founded in 1972, Tinto Pesquera is an exemplary exponent of the new wines from Spain. Its nearly 200 acres of Tempranillo (Tinta del Pais), located in a microclimate that promotes the advancement of ripening grapes provide the necessary for the development of nearly all its wines.More about the Winery
Reviews of Tinto Pesquera Crianza 2011
Pesquera Crianza 2013
Red wine with reddish brown edges. It smells like wild berries. Nice, dense and warm in the mouth.
It paired well with the food.
Alejandro Fernandez Pesquera Crianza 2017
An intense red colour. Good oak smell. I don't know how to describe it, but to me it had a good taste.
We had it with a birthday cake.