Ficha técnica
Añadir a la Lista de Deseos

Alabaster 2019

El vino perfecto de los hermanos Eguren en Toro

Tan bajo como 126,50 €
  • Descripción

  • Envío y Devoluciones

  • ¿Dudas? Consúltanos

Alabaster es un vino tinto reserva elaborado por Bodegas Teso la Monja (Grupo Eguren) y acogido a la Denominación de Origen Toro. Disponible la añada 2019.

Tinto monovarietal de una Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) procedente de los parajes La Jara, Marinacea y Valmediano situados en Toro (Zamora). Viñedos propios de la bodega, plantados en vaso, prefiloxéricos, muy viejos y a una altitud entre 800 y 900 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Viticultura biodinámica.

Fermentación en tinos de roble abiertos, maloláctica en barricas nuevas de roble francés y posterior envejecimiento durante 18 meses en barricas de roble francés.

AÑADA 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
PARKER 96 95 95 94 94 93+
  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

Descripción

Alabaster es un vino tinto reserva elaborado por Bodegas Teso la Monja (Grupo Eguren) y acogido a la Denominación de Origen Toro. Disponible la añada 2019.

Tinto monovarietal de una Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) procedente de los parajes La Jara, Marinacea y Valmediano situados en Toro (Zamora). Viñedos propios de la bodega, plantados en vaso, prefiloxéricos, muy viejos y a una altitud entre 800 y 900 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Viticultura biodinámica.

Fermentación en tinos de roble abiertos, maloláctica en barricas nuevas de roble francés y posterior envejecimiento durante 18 meses en barricas de roble francés.

AÑADA 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
PARKER 96 95 95 94 94 93+

Envío y Devoluciones

  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

¿Dudas? Consúltanos

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

Cata

Vista

Capa alta, rojo profundo, amoratado.

Aroma

Intenso, fruta negra, recuerdos florales.

Boca

Potente entrada, aterciopelado. Madera bien integrada. Largo y persistente.

Maridaje y servicio

Servicio

Temperatura de servicio recomendada 16ºC.

vino tinto

critica del vino

Crítica

· Añada 2019 > 96 puntos
They got even lower yields in 2019 than in 2018, and the centenary vines used for the 2019 Alabaster produced only 11.2 hectoliters per hectare. This wine was produced with hand-destemmed grapes that fermented for 23 days at 26 degrees Celsius and matured in brand-new French oak barrels, including malolactic, for 18 months. This is quite nuanced and harmonious, and the oak feels very integrated already. It must be the quality of the fruit that year that was able to absorb the oak so early on. In fact, it's a very showy, aromatic, floral and open, elegant and harmonious wine. It's nuanced and complex, with lots of elegance, among the finest vintages for this bottling. It's both powerful and elegant, floral and nuanced. This feels very approachable already but should also be long lived in bottle. 4,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in May 2021. (Issue 255 End of June 2021, The Wine Advocate)
· Añada 2018 > 95 puntos
I also tasted the 2018 and 2019 of the Alabaster side by side. The 2018 Alabaster was selected from ancient ungrafted vines, 11.5 hectares in Valdemediano, La Jara and Marinacea vineyards in Toro that yielded 12 hectoliters per hectare, something extremely low. The grapes were hand destemmed and fermented in open-top tanks with their own strain of yeasts. The wine underwent malolactic fermentation and 18 months of aging in 100% new French oak barrels. It feels like a very classical vintage, a little more tannic and with some edges that feel more polished in the 2019—even the oak feels a little more noticeable here. 4,000 bottles were filled in July 2020. (Issue 255 End of June 2021, The Wine Advocate)
· Añada 2017 > 95 puntos
I tasted the 2017 Alabaster next to the 2016, two wines from the same plots and same vinification and aging in very different years. This 2017 is not heady and ripe, as would correspond with a warm, dry and very early harvest. It should also be understandably oaky after 18 months in brand-new French oak barrels. Surprisingly enough, it's terribly aromatic, expressive and floral, jumping out of the glass, with an extrovert personality, with a lactic touch and some notes of licorice, with better-integrated oak and more freshness than the 2016. The oak is less evident (they have changed the toast of the barrels, but they still use 100% new oak) and more integrated. This is still a modern and generously oaked Tempranillo, but in the overall context, it's the least oaky of all their wines I tasted this time. 4,000 bottles. (Issue 246 End of December 2019, The Wine Advocate)

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez
  • Cata

  • Maridaje y servicios

  • Crítica

Vista

Capa alta, rojo profundo, amoratado.

Aroma

Intenso, fruta negra, recuerdos florales.

Boca

Potente entrada, aterciopelado. Madera bien integrada. Largo y persistente.

Servicio

Temperatura de servicio recomendada 16ºC.

critica del vino

· Añada 2019 > 96 puntos
They got even lower yields in 2019 than in 2018, and the centenary vines used for the 2019 Alabaster produced only 11.2 hectoliters per hectare. This wine was produced with hand-destemmed grapes that fermented for 23 days at 26 degrees Celsius and matured in brand-new French oak barrels, including malolactic, for 18 months. This is quite nuanced and harmonious, and the oak feels very integrated already. It must be the quality of the fruit that year that was able to absorb the oak so early on. In fact, it's a very showy, aromatic, floral and open, elegant and harmonious wine. It's nuanced and complex, with lots of elegance, among the finest vintages for this bottling. It's both powerful and elegant, floral and nuanced. This feels very approachable already but should also be long lived in bottle. 4,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in May 2021. (Issue 255 End of June 2021, The Wine Advocate)
· Añada 2018 > 95 puntos
I also tasted the 2018 and 2019 of the Alabaster side by side. The 2018 Alabaster was selected from ancient ungrafted vines, 11.5 hectares in Valdemediano, La Jara and Marinacea vineyards in Toro that yielded 12 hectoliters per hectare, something extremely low. The grapes were hand destemmed and fermented in open-top tanks with their own strain of yeasts. The wine underwent malolactic fermentation and 18 months of aging in 100% new French oak barrels. It feels like a very classical vintage, a little more tannic and with some edges that feel more polished in the 2019—even the oak feels a little more noticeable here. 4,000 bottles were filled in July 2020. (Issue 255 End of June 2021, The Wine Advocate)
· Añada 2017 > 95 puntos
I tasted the 2017 Alabaster next to the 2016, two wines from the same plots and same vinification and aging in very different years. This 2017 is not heady and ripe, as would correspond with a warm, dry and very early harvest. It should also be understandably oaky after 18 months in brand-new French oak barrels. Surprisingly enough, it's terribly aromatic, expressive and floral, jumping out of the glass, with an extrovert personality, with a lactic touch and some notes of licorice, with better-integrated oak and more freshness than the 2016. The oak is less evident (they have changed the toast of the barrels, but they still use 100% new oak) and more integrated. This is still a modern and generously oaked Tempranillo, but in the overall context, it's the least oaky of all their wines I tasted this time. 4,000 bottles. (Issue 246 End of December 2019, The Wine Advocate)

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez

vino tinto

Más vinos de la bodega

Quizás también te pueda interesar...

Otros vinos similares

Bodega Teso la Monja - D.O Toro