WINE ENTHUSIAST MAGAZINE – DECEMBER 2017 – 92 POINTS
Duron Crianza Duron Reserva A venture of Bodegas Solar de Samaniego in Ribera del Duero, Bodegas Duron was founded in 1989 in the village or Roa. The wines of Bodegas Duron are a reflection of the traditional viticultural techniques of the area and the terroir Ribera is blessed with. Indeed, winemaking has taken place here
Durón Crianza is a wine with clean and brilliant intensity of red-bluish color. On the nose and palate, you can find a harmonious mingling of ripe fruit and toasted oak, licorice and eucalyptus which provide this wine great complexity.
Duron Reserva has clean and bright color, with violet glints along the rim. – Nose: Intense and fragrant, with hints of red fruit and vanilla. – Palate: Structured input and warm, predominantly fruit and toasty flavors. Excellent persistence.
Grape Variety: 95% Tempranillo, 5% Graciano Tasting Notes: Clean and brilliant colour with blue and red tones. Very intense and perfumed with aromas of mature fruits and spice. Strong entrance, with fruity and toasted flavours. Structured and warm, it is persistent in the mouth.
Bodegas Covitoro Commitment to quality implies fulfilment of strict current standards which are set forth by the Regulations which govern the Toro Designation of Origin. These regulations apply the entire process with specific norms that begin with the implantation of the vineyard and its associated cultural practices and ends with the commercialisation of the bottled
El Bos Tinta de Toro Bodegas Covitoro was born in 1974 as the result of the initiative and eagerness of a group of vine growers in the area. Began its activity with the harvest of 1978 and was one of the forerunner of the Denomination of Origin Toro to its constitution in 1987. Bodegas Covitoro is
Toro is a lesser-known region of Spain but home to some of its finest wines made from the Tinta de Toro grape, the original un-grafted variety of the Tempranillo grape, which produces wine with more colour and higher tannin levels than Tempranillo elsewhere in Spain. Traditionally associated with bull-fighting and bull running and for its