Teso la Monja

Teso la Monja

Valdefinjas/Zamora, Spanien

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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:

6 Resultate

Almirez Toro DO 2015

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 94/100

    94/100 Punkte Guia Peñin 2018

    Parker 91/100

    91/100 Punkte Robert Parker August 2018
    The 2015 Almirez was also produced with Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) grapes from ungrafted vines, fermented in stainless steel with yeasts selected from their own vineyards and matured in oak barrels, 30% of them new, for 14 months before bottling. This is a powerful, ripe and concentrated red that is generously oaked in the house style but shows very good balance and no excess. 95,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in March 2017.

27.00 CHF

Almirez Toro DO 2017

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    This has a deep and dark center palate of ripe yet fresh fruit and lots of spices and smoked meat. Medium to full body. Polished and chewy tannins. Yet focused and vivid. Needs two or three years of bottle age. But all there. Try after 2021.

27.00 CHF

Almirez Toro DO 2017

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    James Suckling 93/100

    93/100 Punkte James Suckling July 2019
    This has a deep and dark center palate of ripe yet fresh fruit and lots of spices and smoked meat. Medium to full body. Polished and chewy tannins. Yet focused and vivid. Needs two or three years of bottle age. But all there. Try after 2021.

59.00 CHF

Victorino Toro DO 2014

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Guia Penin 96/100

    96/100 Punkte Guía Peñín 2017

    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker Feb 2017
    The 2014 Victorino was also bottled and ready for tasting. 2014 was harvested earlier than 2013, it was more of a 'normal' year and the gapes were picked between September 12th and 29th, with slightly higher yields at 16.5 hectoliters per hectare. The aging was shortened to 18 months, still in 100% new French oak barrels, where the wine also went through malolactic fermentation and was racked every four months. They also consider 2014 a cool vintage for the region, but clearly a tad riper than 2013. The fruit gravitates a little towards black fruit, quite spectacular and focused, with nicely integrated spices from the élevage. The palate is medium to full-bodied with fine-grained tannins, perhaps coated by glossier fruit that give it a little more volume. This is accessible already, but should improve in bottle.

52.00 CHF

Victorino Toro DO 2011

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 93/100

    93/100 Punkte Robert Parker Aug 2014
    The 2011 Victorino is produced with Tempranillo grapes from 35 hectares of ungrafted, old vineyards in the villages of Valdefinjas, Toro and Villabuena del Puente, which fermented with yeasts selected from their own vineyards and aged in new French oak barrels for 18 months. This is the fruitier and more approachable of the three wines I tasted from them, with aromas of clean, ripe, terse fruit, with hints of violets and a pinch of spices mixed with echoes from the soil. The palate is full-bodied, with glossy tannins, dense and ripe, with very good acidity, balanced and elegant. It#s approachable, but should develop more complexity with time in the bottle. Drink 2014-2019.

119.00 CHF

Victorino Toro DO 2012

Teso la Monja

  • Land / RegionSpanien, Castilla y León
  • Produzent Teso la Monja
  • KategorieRotwein
  • Traubensorte(n)Tempranillo
  • Bewertung(en)
    Parker 93+/100

    93+/100 Punkte Robert Parker, October 2015
    The very dry 2012 vintage produced a powerful 2012 Victorino. It's a pure Tempranillo, known here as Tinta de Toro, from ancient, head-pruned, ungrafted vineyards on clay-rich soils. Some ten separate plots contribute grapes to this wine. These old vines have very low natural yields, ten hectoliters per hectare in 2012. The destemmed grapes fermented with yeasts selected from their own vineyards and the wine matured for 18 months in brand new French oak barrels, where it also underwent malolactic fermentation. I found the 2012 very earthy with notes of graphite and hints of peat, as well as some balsamic aromas of menthol and licorice, and a core of black cherries and plums; the oak plays a secondary role in the shape of spices and neatly folds into the voluptuous fruit. The palate is medium to full-bodied with the gobsmacking balance of 2012, very fine tannins and great acidity that lifts the wine up, coupled with some heat from the alco

119.00 CHF

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