OT: La Planta 2014


Another interesting wine from the Ribera del Duero DO, very attractively priced. For me it was quite a pleasant surprise. An excellent example of a job well done.

  • 20160320_145919 Winery: Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro, Ctra. N.122 Aranda-Valladolid, Km. 325 C.P. 47350 Quintanilla de Onésimo (Valladolid). Since its founding in 1993, Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro has been known for its high-quality wines (Crianzas, Reservas, and Grand Reservas), in DO Ribera del Duero. The La Planta estate is named after a 1,000-year-old Mediterranean oak tree presiding on the property. La Planta is also the name of our youngest wine, which is made from grapes grown within a large 3,458-acre natural hunting reserve that is situated in Quintanilla de Onésimo. Within this reserve grow 370 acres of vines, mostly of Tinto Fino but complemented by a small percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
  • Phone: +34 983 681 146  
  • Winemaker: Adolfo González
  • Website: www.arzuaganavarro.com 
  • Brand: La Planta Production: 650,000, 75cl bottles of 75 cl and 13,000, 1.5 litre Magnum.
  • DO: Ribera del Duero
  • Type: Read wine aged for 6 months in French and American oak barrels.
  • Vintage: 2014 
  • Alcohol: 14.5 %  
  • Grape Variety: Tinto Fino (aka Tempranillo) 100% 
  • Vineyards: The grapes used to produce La Planta originate from vines that are more than 20 years of age, property of the winery.
  • Soil Type: Chalky-clay, the vines are at about 900 metres above sea level.
  • Bottle Size: 75.0 cl.
  • Price: € 7,25 at my local grocery shop. 
  • My wine rating: 90/100 (A wine of very good to excellent quality) NEW!

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