30 year old Tinto Fino vines are responsible for the creation of this greedy wine. A perfect melody of pleasant aromas of red and black fruits, which little by little as if it was a game, are hinting towards new hues (licorice, spices, cacao).
Colour: Dark red
Nose: The wine has an intense fruity aroma and a layer of toffee notes.
Palate: On the palate it reflects the conditions of the harvest, re-encountering a more elegant and fresh Ribera, much more lively with a higher acidity and soft tannins which distance us from the last hot and excessively mature years. A Ribera that’s more continental than ever, more fresh, fruity and soft. Goes well with grilled red meat with seasonal mushrooms. Ideal serving temperature: 16 – 18ºC
Grape Varieties: 100% Tempranillo
Ageing: Aged for 12 months in French 400l oak barrels, 2nd fill.
Awards: 90pts – Guia Penin
History of Dominio Romano
Dominio Romano was established in 2005 when the owners of Parés Baltà and Gratavinum – the Cusiné family – decided to initiate a project in Ribera del Duero, Spain.
Selecting the finest old and wild Tinto Fino vines in the best terroirs of the region, and farming with the utmost respect for the environment and tradition, worked and certified biodynamically, the Cusiné family produces wines that transmit the character of the autochthonous grape.