1076 Ribera del Duero Tinto
Spain - Castilla y Leon - Ribera del Duero

1076 is the elevation in meters, the highest vineyards in the D.O. The wine is produced from a recently restored vineyard where ancestral vines over 100 years old grow harmoniously together with new, indigenous plantings in varied soils comprised of red clay, sand and mineral deposits of quartz, mica, and feldspar.

Coming from a unique landscape, extreme altitude and mineral-rich soil, 1076 Tinto is a bold wine with a distinct character designed to evolve over time. Its freshness and intensely fruity expression are representative of a modern style, in search of elegance, smoothness and balance. Very deep cherry color with complex and expressive aromas of spice, minerals and black fruits. It is full-bodied, long and has great length.

Ribera del Duero
Wine Type
95% Tempranillo and 5% other native varieties
Age of vines
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
Red clay and white limestone
Goblet head pruned, hand harvested and twice sorted, primary fermentation in an assortment of Concrete, Oak and Stainless, Malo in French Foudre, racked then 18 months in new fine French Oak. Then the wine is aged for 12 months in bottle to reach its maximum potential.
1,250 (9-liter cases)

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Producer Information: Milsetentayseis

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