2017 was a hot and dry year, somewhat complicated for the vineyards, with drought in winter and spring. A hard frost at the end of April damaged the shoots, although fortunately the buds that had not yet come out, were saved. The months of June and July were very warm and those high accumulated temperatures ended up marking a warm year as a whole.
It is a new interpretation of the Ribera del Duero, where we can find elegance, freshness, liveliness, lots of fruit and a lot of finesse. With silky tannins, an enveloping texture, which hides a long and tasty finish, full of nuances that transport us to the vineyards where it was born. Neutral wood, the wine is naked, as it is, a reflection of its origin. The maximum expression of what La Ribera del Duero can become