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Alonso del Yerro 2010

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"From inception the winery garnered tremendous acclaim from the wine press. This is a result of a clear plan and strong vision of husband and wife Javier Alonso and María del Yerro, coupling the tremendous terrior of the Ribera del Duero and the talents of consultant wine-maker Stéphane Derenoncourt. Stéphane is famous for consulting on a number of top Bordelais estates including: Rol-Valentin, La Mondotte, Canon la Gaffelière, Clos de l'Oratoire, Pavie-Macquin, Le Pin-Beausoleil and Prieuré-Lichine (Margaux). Located in the Northern part of Ribera del Duero (near Roa and La Horra) the estate shares a privileged location with the who’s who of the region – neighbouring Peter Sisseck’s Pingus and Mariano Garcia’s Bodegas Aalto. The fruit for Alonso del Yerro is culled from high altitude plots of red clay and gravelly sand both overlying calcareous stone. The altitude and limestone combined with the region’s arid conditions produce a wine with great concentration – balanced with minerality and freshness. " -Winey

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"From inception the winery garnered tremendous acclaim from the wine press. This is a result of a clear plan and strong vision of husband and wife Javier Alonso and María del Yerro, coupling the tremendous terrior of the Ribera del Duero and the talents of consultant wine-maker Stéphane Derenoncourt. Stéphane is famous for consulting on a number of top Bordelais estates including: Rol-Valentin, La Mondotte, Canon la Gaffelière, Clos de l'Oratoire, Pavie-Macquin, Le Pin-Beausoleil and Prieuré-Lichine (Margaux). Located in the Northern part of Ribera del Duero (near Roa and La Horra) the estate shares a privileged location with the who’s who of the region – neighbouring Peter Sisseck’s Pingus and Mariano Garcia’s Bodegas Aalto. The fruit for Alonso del Yerro is culled from high altitude plots of red clay and gravelly sand both overlying calcareous stone. The altitude and limestone combined with the region’s arid conditions produce a wine with great concentration – balanced with minerality and freshness. " -Winey

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