Red wine 2010
Red wine (100% uva 2010)
Denomination of Origin:
Table wine from Castilla y León
100% Tinta Tempranillo
Red wine 2010
Climate: A normal winter as usual, without excessive snow, but with temperatures down to minus -12 degrees some days. Plenty snow and rain, almost until beginning of summer (Jun). On May 18th fell a frost that affected part of the vineyard of Castrillo, but the delay of the vine was sensational for the recovery and the new buds (only 20% was lost). The beginning of flowering was almost punctual at the end of April, slowly because of the temperature. In June the rains gave way to the sun. End of spring and summer was hot (July relaxed with less temperature than usual), without rain, acceleration of the process, sun and water stored in the subsoil. The Veraison occurred from August 4 to 12, according to plots. August and September sun and great thermal breaks day night of 27-33ª during the day to 9-12º at night, for the excellent maturation of the grape. Favorable the month of October, maintaining diurnal temperature and provoking a slow and constant maturation, long as is customary in good harvests. September-October became regulator in the evolution of the grape.
Grape Tasting: we started it at the end of September, it gave us a seed with brown tones, a grape that detaches well from the bunch and the vine cluster, mature, homogeneous pulp, already tinted on the sides by a tannin and an anthocyanin that come off ease. Grape reduce in its volume. In the mouth sweet, good acidity and with little or no astringency. Quality and sanitary status of the grape, in this winery, Very Good.
Harvest: End of October
Wine Making: The duration of the Alcoholic Fermentation was 10 days being controlled between 26 and 30 degrees of temperature. The wines was pump 3 time a day to break the cap and extract the richest colour possible.
Colour: Nice color intensity, ruby color, many shades of youth. Clean and bright wine glyceric.
In the nouse: with some power and youngness, black and red fruit.
In the mouth: dry forward, but fruity, blackberry tones, some blackcurrant (in the mouth), intense in the middle of the mouth, with a certain alcoholic hints well compensated with the tannin.
Keeps fruit memories for a long time.
Serve in the environment of the 15th to 18th grades.
Keep out of reach of the sun and at a temperature close to 20º. The bottle lying down or upside down
Alcoholic Grade: 13.73% Vol.
Total Acidity (TH +): 4.57 g / l
Volatile acidity: 0.50 g / l
Residual Sugar: 1.90 g / l
Sulphite: 39 mg / l
Wine pairing: Roasts, Stews with vegetables, Pickled, Pork. Rices with meat and fish. Iberian cold meats.
Date of the tasting May 21, 2019
Taster: Gabriel García Agudo (Assoc. Sommeliers Aranda y Ribera)