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Dominio del Águila Canta la Perdiz 2013

El vino TOP de la bodega de Jorge Monzón en la Ribera del Duero

295,00 €
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Canta la Perdiz 2013 es un vino tinto de la Ribera del Duero, elaborado por Bodegas Dominio del Águila principalmente con uva Tempranillo, alrededor del 80%, además de Cariñena entre un 10-15% y otras uvas como Bruñal, Bobal, Albillo... Las uvas proceden de un solo viñedo, que posiblemente, por el tamaño de las cepas, esté plantado en dos veces. Hay cepas de 150 años de edad. Se han elaborado 1.200 botellas.

  • 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 llamando al 969 324 436, en el CHAT de la web, escribiendo un email a info@ideavinos.com , o a través del formulario de la página de CONTACTO.

Descripción

Canta la Perdiz 2013 es un vino tinto de la Ribera del Duero, elaborado por Bodegas Dominio del Águila principalmente con uva Tempranillo, alrededor del 80%, además de Cariñena entre un 10-15% y otras uvas como Bruñal, Bobal, Albillo... Las uvas proceden de un solo viñedo, que posiblemente, por el tamaño de las cepas, esté plantado en dos veces. Hay cepas de 150 años de edad. Se han elaborado 1.200 botellas.

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 llamando al 969 324 436, en el CHAT de la web, escribiendo un email a info@ideavinos.com , o a través del formulario de la página de CONTACTO.

Crítica

Añada 2013 > 98 puntos
There is a new single-vineyard bottling that was produced in tiny quantities in 2011 and 2012, to learn and understand the vineyard, and those bottles might sometimes see the light (but in homeopathic doses). But the first true 'commercial' release will be the 2013 Canta la Perdiz, of which some 1,200 bottles and a bunch of magnums were filled in June 2016. The Canta la Perdiz vineyard is in the village of La Aguilera, where all their vineyards are, and it's an old vineyard (they all are, too!) with some older and younger vines, because it seems like it was planted at two different times—one in the early 1900s, and the older vines must be 150 years old (and therefore ungrafted). Replanting was also done through the years by burying a branch from an existing vine, and therefore there are younger and older individual plants even within the same sectors. This is a south-facing vineyard that might work best in a cooler year like this 2013, while Peñas Aladas, an east-facing vineyard, might behave better in warmer years like 2012. But what's important and different here is the soil, with a type of limestone in layers (slate-like) easily penetrable by the roots, and the wines are not as austere as those from hard limestone rock. The wine is extremely elegant, perfumed and transparent, crystalline, precise and focused, refined and harmonious. As with all of these old vineyards, it has a mixture of grapes, always dominated by Tempranillo (close to 80% in this vineyard), but with many other varieties, maybe 10-15% of Cariñena, and then a little Bruñal, Bobal, Albillo... They always ferment the full clusters of the different varieties together, but depending on the climatic conditions they might take out the bunches of certain varieties that do not achieve good ripeness; in 2013 they could use all of the grapes here. The wine aged slowly and for a very long time in oak barrels in a very cold cave, where the aging is extremely slow, as the low temperatures (the ideal 12 degrees Celsius all year round) make it evolve at a glacial pace. It's fluid, it feels weightless, but with inner strength, tension, electricity, power and elegance. It's terribly elegant, but it has the Ribera del Duero character. This is really outstanding. The price has not yet been set. Let's keep our fingers crossed. As I mentioned, there will be a handful of bottles of 2011 and 2012.

229, The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez
  • Crítica

Añada 2013 > 98 puntos
There is a new single-vineyard bottling that was produced in tiny quantities in 2011 and 2012, to learn and understand the vineyard, and those bottles might sometimes see the light (but in homeopathic doses). But the first true 'commercial' release will be the 2013 Canta la Perdiz, of which some 1,200 bottles and a bunch of magnums were filled in June 2016. The Canta la Perdiz vineyard is in the village of La Aguilera, where all their vineyards are, and it's an old vineyard (they all are, too!) with some older and younger vines, because it seems like it was planted at two different times—one in the early 1900s, and the older vines must be 150 years old (and therefore ungrafted). Replanting was also done through the years by burying a branch from an existing vine, and therefore there are younger and older individual plants even within the same sectors. This is a south-facing vineyard that might work best in a cooler year like this 2013, while Peñas Aladas, an east-facing vineyard, might behave better in warmer years like 2012. But what's important and different here is the soil, with a type of limestone in layers (slate-like) easily penetrable by the roots, and the wines are not as austere as those from hard limestone rock. The wine is extremely elegant, perfumed and transparent, crystalline, precise and focused, refined and harmonious. As with all of these old vineyards, it has a mixture of grapes, always dominated by Tempranillo (close to 80% in this vineyard), but with many other varieties, maybe 10-15% of Cariñena, and then a little Bruñal, Bobal, Albillo... They always ferment the full clusters of the different varieties together, but depending on the climatic conditions they might take out the bunches of certain varieties that do not achieve good ripeness; in 2013 they could use all of the grapes here. The wine aged slowly and for a very long time in oak barrels in a very cold cave, where the aging is extremely slow, as the low temperatures (the ideal 12 degrees Celsius all year round) make it evolve at a glacial pace. It's fluid, it feels weightless, but with inner strength, tension, electricity, power and elegance. It's terribly elegant, but it has the Ribera del Duero character. This is really outstanding. The price has not yet been set. Let's keep our fingers crossed. As I mentioned, there will be a handful of bottles of 2011 and 2012.

229, The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez

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