Teso la Monja

Teso la Monja

Valdefinjas/Zamora, Spanien

www.sierracantabria.com
Das Vorzeige-Weingut mit besten Lagen wurde 2007 von der Familie Eguren gegründet. Über Jahre hinweg haben die Besitzer in alte Rebberge mit teilweise über 100 Jahre alte, sogar wurzelechte Reben investiert. Als sie genügend Rebfläche beisammen hatten, bauten sie die hochmoderne Kellerei Teso La Monja. Ihre Weine gehören längst zu den besten der Region und sind fantastisch kraftvoll, aber auch subtil, elegant und mineralisch geprägt.

Teso la Monja:

3 Resultate
  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
  • Guia Penin 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

  • Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker Dec 2019
    The second wine in the price hierarchy is the 2017 Almirez, produced with vines aged 10 to 35 years old from their 72 hectares of vineyards in the villages of Valdefinjas and Toro. It fermented in stainless steel and matured in French oak barrels, 30% of them new, the rest second use, for 14 months. 2017 is one of the driest years with one of the earliest harvests ever, but surprisingly enough, the wines feel lighter, fresh and aromatic, expressive and open and do not show any heat. Furthermore, it feels like a fresher year in the sense that the wine integrates the oak quite well. The change here, as Marcos Eguren explained, has been in the toast of the barrels, something they started in 2015; they have lighter toasts, from a long and slow toasting of the oak, and the barrel respects the fruit a lot more. Fine-tuning continues...

59.00 CHF
  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
  • Parker 93+/100

    93+/100 Punkte Robert Parker Dec 2019
    I also tasted the 2017 Victorino, from a year that was very different from the warm and dry 2017, as 2016 was cold and wet and saw a very late and slow picking because of the slow and late ripening of the fruit. Fermentation and élevage were the same (20 months in 100% new oak), so the differences are due to the vintage conditions. I was very surprised by this 2017 (as with the rest of the 2017s from this address), as I found a fresh and balanced wine, perhaps a little lighter, with round and fine tannins. There are still oak-related aromas and flavors, but there is less toast (they use a different toast for the barrels), and the wine should integrate it with a little more time in bottle. But it should be approachable while you wait for the 2016.

54.00 CHF
  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
  • Guia Penin 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Guia Penin 2020

  • Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker Dec 2019
    The second wine in the price hierarchy is the 2017 Almirez, produced with vines aged 10 to 35 years old from their 72 hectares of vineyards in the villages of Valdefinjas and Toro. It fermented in stainless steel and matured in French oak barrels, 30% of them new, the rest second use, for 14 months. 2017 is one of the driest years with one of the earliest harvests ever, but surprisingly enough, the wines feel lighter, fresh and aromatic, expressive and open and do not show any heat. Furthermore, it feels like a fresher year in the sense that the wine integrates the oak quite well. The change here, as Marcos Eguren explained, has been in the toast of the barrels, something they started in 2015; they have lighter toasts, from a long and slow toasting of the oak, and the barrel respects the fruit a lot more. Fine-tuning continues...

27.00 CHF

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