Arzuaga Ribera del Duero Laderas del Norte
Bodegas Arzuaga
Spain - Castilla y Leon - Ribera del Duero

The grapes come from organic crops and are harvested from the "Valdesardon" farm, owned by the Arzuaga Navarro family, which is the westernmost vineyard of the Ribera del Duero DO, located at an altitude of 800 meters in the village of Olivares de Duero. Clay-limestone soil on a hillside that will mark the characteristics of the wine.

The wine is of medium high intensity in color, a clear and bright cherry with purple flashes. An array of red fruits such as raspberry and cherry predominates with a high aromatic intensity, combining with balsamic tones, coffee and roasted notes coming from the aging in oak barrels without being overwhelming. This is a fresh and elegant wine, with an easy and balanced entry into the mouth followed by juicy and chewy sensations. Slightly sweet and toasted notes, and a pleasant and balanced aftertaste that is reminiscent of the fruity aromas on the nose.

Ribera del Duero
Wine Type
100% Tempranillo
Age of vines
Average 15 years
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
Clay & Limestone
Harvest by Hand.
100% destemmed, then the berries are selected on a sorting table.
Alcoholic fermentation in tank with regular punch downs (pigeage), then the wine is transferred to French Oak barrels (Medium Toast) for 12 months where the ML fermentation is carried out.
The wine is slightly filtered before bottling.
Then the wine is aged for 14 months in the bottle before release to make sure the wine is ready, the oak is integrated and the tannins are rounder.
Residual Sugar : 1.85 g/L
Total Acidity : 4.85 g/L
755 (9-liter cases)

Ideal companion for red meat, white meat, game and game, roasted or in sauce. Blue fish and soft cheeses.

Producer Information: Bodegas Arzuaga

Florentino Arzuaga founded Bodegas Arzuaga-Navarro in the early 1990’s, after purchasing La Planta estate.

La Planta estate is in the heart of Arzuaga’s extensive vineyards in Quintanilla de Onésimo. The estate, ...
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