VT Extremadura

Palacio de Monsalud

75cl Volume

£3.64 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Other Vintages: Other vintages
Appellation:VT Extremadura (Extremadura, Spain)
Winery: Bodegas Viña Extremeña - Viñexsa
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Tempranillo (100%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Bodegas Viña Extremeña - Viñexsa is the maker of this Palacio de Monsalud , a red wine from the region of VT Extremadura with tempranillo grapes. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Elaboration of Palacio de Monsalud

Palacio de Monsalud (Tempranillo)

TASTING NOTES OF Palacio de Monsalud:

  • View: ruby ​​red.
  • Nose: great aromatic richness, very well together in harmony and foster mature fruitiness.
  • Mouth: tasty with medium body, a powerful retronasal, pleasantly tannic aftertaste.

APPELLATION: VT Extremadura.

VINEYARD: Bodegas Viña Extremeña - Viñexsa

GRAPES: 100% Tempranillo.

PAIRING: all kinds of meat, veal chops with thyme, deer, roe, roasted lamb and grilled meats.

TEMPERATURE: 16º to 18ºC.


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The Winery

Bodegas Viña Extremeña - Viñexsa

In the late nineteenth century was born D. Infante Alfonso Iglesias, founder of the Family Alcohol Group Churches, which consists Bodega de Crianza Viña Extremeña.

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Elegant ruby ​​red.

The nose displays a rich aroma, very well together in harmony and foster mature fruitiness.

In tasty mouth with medium body it has a powerful retronasal with a pleasantly tannic aftertaste. Excellent structure that will allow it to continue evolving into a big bouquet. Licorice and vanilla aftertaste.


There are different buildings where, in the darkness and silence of the facilities still wines stay processes needed in both barrel and bottle.

The barrels, mostly new, with a capacity of 230 liters, hand-crafted American oak precedent for the states of Missouri and Ohio.

Inside these barrels, begins aging of wines and in them, stabilize and transfer the peculiar taste of oak with all its nuances occurs. After the aging time in wood, they pass wines to bottling, where they are subjected to rigorous quality control plugs. The defective bottles with corks are removed immediately.

Finally, harmonization stage begins in the bottle, where the wine develops its bouquet tuned in reducing atmosphere, softened and rounded in proportion to their breeding time before marketing.


After a meticulous control of the maturation of each of the varieties and the optimal point once it reached mature. . .
 AGING: 12 months in American oak barrels and the rest of aging in bottle.
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