Varietal Composition

100% Tempranillo

Fermentation Method

Fermentation: In large oak vats and stainless steel tanks.
18 days maceration in contact with skins.
16 months in oak barrels, 80% French oak and 20% American oak.

Tasting Notes

Cherry red in colour, against a dark background with slight purple edging. Deep, intense colouring.

Very intense and voluminous, yet elegant and polished. The fruits of the vineyard and the grape harvest stand out strongly against the hint of ripeness, which is detected at the bottom. Blackberries and damsons are clearly identificable against a background impression of aromatic plants flowering in the pine forest. A deep mineral note rounds off the aromatic profile of this magnificent wine.

Voluminous, ample, filling the mouth with black fruits that give way to notes of aromatic plants and earthiness. The wine finishes with a deep freshness, reminiscent of special qualities of the land during an excellent year. The 2010 harvest was magnificent at La Horra, contributing freshness and elegance against a background of impeccable maturity. The fine, fresh tannins add character and class to the Corimbo range, which is a new interpretation of the classic Ribera del Duero.