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Color: Intense ruby red.
Smell: The nose is rich and complex at first with fruity notes of red fruits and black cherries, then floral, spicy mineral notes, hints of cedar and licorice.
Taste: Full-bodied, round, fresh and balanced on the palate, with velvety tannins. It closes long in persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for meat dishes, meat with sauce and stews, roasts and game, cured meats and aged cheeses.

Altitude: 800 m a.s.l.
Exposure: South.
Soil: Sandy.
Vinification: Particular attention is paid to the selection of the best grapes and their subsequent vinification.
Aging: 18 months in American oak barriques and a further 6 months in the bottle before release.

Tinto Pesquera

The bodega Tinto Pesquera is located in Pesquera de Duero, a town located about 200 km north of Madrid, in the Ribera del Duero. This region extends for about 115 km and takes its name from the word ribera which means cultivated fields near a watercourse. The soil is of alluvial origin characterized by the presence of clay, sand and infiltrations of limestone and debris, while the climate is continental. In a cellar dating back to the 16th century, Alejandro Fernández created Tinto Pesquera in the 1970s: the name of his company, in a short time, embodied the rebirth of Spanish wine and in particular of Tempranillo. Tinto Pesquera is the result of Alejandro Fernández's close bond with his land, Pesquera de Duero, so much so that the label of its wine is characterized by the symbols of the town: the name, its tower and its arch. Tinto Pesquera wines, after alcoholic fermentation, are not clarified and refine the Tinto Pesquera in French and American barriques for 18 months, while the Reserva for 24 months. In truly special years, the Tinto Pesquera Janus Gran Reserva is produced, a single vineyard of Tempranillo, which represents the emblem of the elegance of this variety.

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