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The launch of the Vinos de Pueblo ((Village wines) range marks the beginning of the new stage that we undertake in Legaris, in which we want to express the richness, uniqueness and diversity of the Ribera del Duero. This wine shows a very authentic Ribera del Duero profile. From a small vineyard located in Moradillo de Roa, in the southern limit of the province of Burgos, we elaborate this singular wine with a profile of Tinto fino that translates the extreme character of the ripening to the limit. 2,200 bottles from gravel vineyards and 25-pipe vines. Structured wine, corpulent, with a lot of extraction and color.
The most extreme power of Ribera del Duero: this version of Tinto fino in its 2015 harvest shows the most extreme character of a maturation to the limit. The grapes come from a 20-year-old controlled vineyard in the plains of a moorland, 973 meters above sea level, on a pebble ground.
This wine has been made exclusively with the Tinto Fino variety. The grapes come from a vineyard of about two hectares with about 20 years old. It is located in Moradillo de Roa, a town belonging to the province of Burgos that is located 973 meters above sea level. The floors are of boulder, which in addition to providing minerality to future wines, facilitate drainage while retaining the diurnal heat to give it to the plants at night.
Characteristics of the vintage
The 2015 vintage was one of the great harvests of the Ribera del Duero. A somewhat warmer and drier autumn than usual in these places gave way to a cold and long winter. Although until March the temperatures were up to 2 °C lower than usual, the minimum values were less extreme than in other years. Those cold preceded a few months with particularly high average temperatures, which accelerated the budding in the vineyard and the cycle of the vine in general. The trend remained on the rise, June was very warm and ended with a heat wave that lasted during the first half of July. The pluviometry was placed at values below the means. Finally, in September and October there was a slight decrease in daytime temperatures (25 °C maximum) and nighttime temperatures (around 7 °C minimum), which lengthened the vine cycle, benefited the ripening process and the grape's acidity. These days of additional maturity allowed us to achieve an optimum phenolic maturity of the grape, which in this vintage presented an impeccable health. The wines have a very high intensity of color, with notes of ripe red fruit sticking out. The palate is broad, with soft tannins and good structure, which presage a good aging potential in barrel.