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Corimbo Red Wine 2016 comes from the La Horra wineries, located in this same town in Burgos, and it is made from 100% Tinta del País (Tempranillo) grapes.
This wine has an intense colour, with a dark cherry background and a dark red rim. On the nose it is very intense, with a red and black fruit character. It is very expressive and reminds us of aromatic plants and the pine forest soil after it rains. The wood is also very well integrated, with the fruit and the landscape remaining above it.
This vintage was characterised by erratic rainfall, concentrated in autumn. On the other hand, during June there were summer storms and it was very warm, which led to an early harvest.
On the palate it has good volume and fills the mouth leaving a feeling of plenitude. There are hints of red and black fruits, with cherry and blackberry standing out. Tannins, on the other hand, are present but of very good quality.
It is a fresh and elegant wine that can be already enjoyed and has a long life ahead. It reflects very well the northern landscape of the Ribera del Duero, with all its breed but with great finesse. It is an ideal wine to pair with roasted meats and stews. The serving temperature is 16 ºC.
Winery: La Horra
Designation: Ribera del Duero
Type: Red wine
Type of grapes: 100% Tinta del País
Time of ageing: 14 months in oak barrels, 80% French and 20% American.
Parker scale: 94 points
Vineyard and elaboration
The vineyards are located in the areas of La Horra, Roa, Anguix, La Aguilera and Quintana del Pidio, where they use old vines, as they bring extraordinary qualities to their wines.
The vines are trained in the traditional goblet system and are pruned in the traditional way of the area. They are very committed to organic farming and carry out viticulture that scrupulously respects the environment.
Harvesting at La Horra is carried out manually, respectfully and professionally. The teams pick the grapes from the selected vineyards every day in 12-kilo baskets and the fruit is a true reflection of the landscape. It is a living being that captures even the smallest detail of its surroundings.
La Horra Winery
The wines of Bodegas La Horra are a clear reflection of the area, the vintage and the landscape, which seek to translate the freshness and complexity of the Ribera del Duero region from Burgos into their wines. At the same time, they prevent any part of the winemaking process from masking the greatness of the area.
Fermentations are spontaneous with native yeasts: the yeast population in each vineyard is different and gives the wine its distinctive character. Each wine will be part of the final coupage of Corimbo or Corimbo I depending on the vineyard's age and its peculiarities and organoleptic profile.
In short, the wines of Bodegas La Horra are the way to discover the surrounding landscape, as well as the characteristics of the vintage.
It contains sulfites..