Grown just outside the Ribera del Duero DO, Quinta Sardonia doesn’t suffer from its non-DO provenance. This is a laye...Read more...
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Granatrote Farbe. In der Nase sehr Komplexe Aromen von Veilchen, Espresso, asiatischen Gewürzen, schwarzer Kirsche und Johannisbeeren. Am Gaumen gut ausbalanciert, süssliche Fruchtkomponenten, schön integrierte Tannine. Ein powervoller, intensive, eleganter Abgang.
Located on the outskirts of Ribero del Duero, Quinta Sardonia is a biodynamic project from Peter Sisseck and Jerome Bougnaud that produces a Bordeaux-style wine with a unique blend of international varieties. Located about 1,300 feet from the Duero river, Quinta Sardonia is at an altitude of 2,300 to 2,625 feet. There are 49 acres of which 42 are vineyard with rich calcareous soils with marls and chalk and the rest are rock and pine forest.
Grown just outside the Ribera del Duero DO, Quinta Sardonia doesn’t suffer from its non-DO provenance. This is a layered, complex, remarkable wine. The Cabernet speaks perhaps a bit louder than the Tinto Fino at present, but many years of noble drinking are ahead for this slowly evolving wine.
44000 bottles produced.
Aged 16 months in French Oak.
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