Informações de produto

14.0% vol.
100% Tempranillo
Outros formatos disponíveis:
Ribera del Duero


Camembert empanado al horno con salsa de arándanos

El vino y la salsa serán, a su paso por el paladar, el contrapunto perfecto para un queso de estas características.

Vinha e preparação

Viña Montserrat, Quinta de Pablo, Santa Marta y Pago los Mayores.

Avaliação dos peritos

The Wine Advocate:

2019 was a warm and dry year, but the 2019 Alonso del Yerro managed to keep the poise and elegance and feels balanced, with the oak neatly integrated and the alcoholic degree very similar to the 2018 (which I tasted next to it). But the quality of the tannins is not the same—there's a little more rusticity and earthiness here, more concentration and a more powerful mouthfeel. The wine is serious and shows no excess. They had to harvest earlier, and the yields were lower. 55,000 bottles and 1,500 magnums produced. It was bottled in July 2021.

James Suckling:

Deep nose full of dark spices, blackberries and bitter dark chocolate that extends to a full-bodied palate with a dollop of dense and compact tannin. Granular and tight with some bitterness looming after the mid-palate. Dry and ungenerous. Closed and pretty tannic now. Try from 2025. - Zekun Shuai. Senior Editor. 

Tim Atkin:

The straight Alonso del Yerro bottling employs grapes from 30 micro-parcels in the vineyards of Santa Marta, Quinta de Pedro, Pago de los Mayores and Viña Montserrat in Roa, benefiting from a variety of soil types. Less oaky than it used to be, with just 10% new French wood, this is a subtle, graceful Ribera with a hint of sappy reduction, granular tannins and red cherry, bramble and raspberry flavours. 2023-29.