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Portia Prima 2010

Member Review by Sedimentblog:

The 100% Tempranillo, four-year-old Portia ('A garnet cherry-red wine with intense fruity aromas' as it sportingly announces on the label at the back). is drained to the last drop, amid low murmurings of "This is really very nice" and "Is it all gone?" Since no-one professes to be a winehead, that's about as far as the appreciation gets in purely technical terms, but the trend is clear. The full review is on http://www.sedimentblog.com Read more: http://www.snooth.com/wine/portia-ribera-del-duero-1/?t=reviews#ixzz18GZoMNkH

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Winery: Bodegas Portia  
Color: Red
Varietal: Tempranillo
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Bodegas Portia:
  A building is the slow process of bringing an idea to fruition, of giving it foundations so that it supports itself in the air. Here the building rises out of the landscape, which will be the home, the habitat and the anteroom for emigration out into the world, in different forms, of the product which is made there. In the winery, designed by Norman Foster, the building´... Read more
  A building is the slow process of bringing an idea to fruition, of giving it foundations so that it supports itself in the air. Here the building rises out of the landscape, which will be the home, the habitat and the anteroom for emigration out into the world, in different forms, of the product which is made there. In the winery, designed by Norman Foster, the building´s greatest success lies in the perfect functionality of its different areas, optimised through the use of noble materials, perfectly set out from the centre of this star which has risen from the earth. The winery has been built in concrete, wood, steel and glass. Its 12,500 square metres in total are spread over three floors in the form of a star whose three points correspond to the different areas of vinification, fermentation and ageing. The central section, where the hopper for the harvested grapes are located over, also acts as a coordinating centre, including a shop, a tasting room, and auditorium, a meeting room and café. Read less

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Snooth User: Sedimentblog
546548155
4.00 5
Vintage: 2004 12/15/2010

The 100% Tempranillo, four-year-old Portia ('A garnet cherry-red wine with intense fruity aromas' as it sportingly announces on the label at the back). is drained to the last drop, amid low murmurings of "This is really very nice" and "Is it all gone?" Since no-one professes to be a winehead, that's about as far as the appreciation gets in purely technical terms, but the trend is clear. The full review is on http://www.sedimentblog.com Read more: http://www.snooth.com/wine/portia-ribera-del-duero-1/?t=reviews#ixzz18GZoMNkH


Snooth User: drsint
1424482,804
4.00 5
Vintage: 2004 05/22/2010

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30000 bottles produced.

Closure: Cork

Aged 16 months in French Oak.

Notes: 100% new oak barrels


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