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La Faraona 2019, 2018, 2017 y 2016

El espectalular y extraordinario vino del Bierzo de la familia Palacios

Tan bajo como 1.295,00 €
  • Descripción

  • Envío y Devoluciones

  • ¿Dudas? Consúltanos

La Faraona es un vino tinto con crianza de la Denominación de Origen Bierzo y elaborado por Bodegas Descendientes de J. Palacios (Álvaro Palacios y Ricardo Pérez Palacios). Disponible en las añadas 2019, 2018, 2017 y 2016, en 75cl. y magnum.

La uva Mencía con la que se produce este vino, proviene del viñedo El Ferro, con una superficie de 1 hectárea, con viñas viejas de unos 70 años de edad, por tanto de rendimientos bajísimos, sobre suelos arcilloso-calcáreo y pizarroso.

Una vez en bodega, las uvas se despalillan parcialmente y fermentan en tinas de madera abiertas, maloláctica espontánea en barrica y posterior envejecimiento durante 15 meses en barricas de roble francés. Dependiendo de la añada la producción está limitada entre 900 y 1.500 botellas.

AÑADA 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
PARKER 99 100 97-99 98+ 99 100

 

  • 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

La Faraona es un vino tinto con crianza de la Denominación de Origen Bierzo y elaborado por Bodegas Descendientes de J. Palacios (Álvaro Palacios y Ricardo Pérez Palacios). Disponible en las añadas 2019, 2018, 2017 y 2016, en 75cl. y magnum.

La uva Mencía con la que se produce este vino, proviene del viñedo El Ferro, con una superficie de 1 hectárea, con viñas viejas de unos 70 años de edad, por tanto de rendimientos bajísimos, sobre suelos arcilloso-calcáreo y pizarroso.

Una vez en bodega, las uvas se despalillan parcialmente y fermentan en tinas de madera abiertas, maloláctica espontánea en barrica y posterior envejecimiento durante 15 meses en barricas de roble francés. Dependiendo de la añada la producción está limitada entre 900 y 1.500 botellas.

AÑADA 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
PARKER 99 100 97-99 98+ 99 100

 

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

Color cereza brillante, borde granate.

Aroma

Notas comunes a los demás vinos de la bodega (arándanos, fresa ácida, turba ahumada), pero tiene algunas hierbas silvestres, naranja de sangre, más moderado en la exótica y exuberante.

Boca

Paladar de gran precisión, el equilibrio y la armonía. El vino es muy diferente y tiene una personalidad caprichosa fuerte.

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critica del vino

Crítica

Añada 2019 > 99 puntos
The 2019 La Faraona comes from the vineyard called El Ferro in the village of Corullón, 0.55 hectares on very steep slopes at 800 to 860 meters in altitude. Like all their vineyards, it's farmed organically and biodynamically, and they picked the grapes the 23rd of September and fermented them partly destemmed in oak vats with indigenous yeasts and manual punching down for 47 days. The wine matured in barrel for nine to 10 months. Despite Moncerbal being very showy and floral and almost stealing the show, the depth, complexity and nuance of this 2019 La Faraona was amazing. The palate is a little stiff at this early stage; Ricardo Pérez Palacios made the comparison with the 2010 and 2011 that needed some time in bottle to blossom. There were 1,459 bottles, 77 magnums, 12 double magnums, eight Jeroboams and one Salmanazar produced.
Añada 2018 > 100 puntos
The often-mysterious and ever-changing 2018 La Faraona comes from the vineyard called El Ferro, a very special plot ("I personally prune each single vine from La Faraona," Ricardo once told me. "She's mine!") of only 0.55 hectares that probably has 8% white grapes of the Godello and Jerez varieties. The vines are 72 years old on a very steep southeast-facing slope at 800 to 860 meters in altitude, and there is a tectonic fault that crosses the land and brings an unusual combination of elements and very shallow soils with the mother rock barely 30 centimeters down. The partly destemmed grapes fermented with indigenous yeasts in an oak vat, and the wine matured in foudre and barrique for 12 months. The perfume coming out of the glass was simply mind-boggling, a subtle and complex combination of flowers, herbs and spices that had taken me to different places (often the Loire) in the past, but this time it took me to the green and humid slopes of the Bierzo, the wet soils and the Atlantic smell of the ferns and moss. This is the most Atlantic of the 2018s. It has freshness and lightness but also lots of energy and light. It has great purity, a very strong sense of place, and it encapsulates the humid slopes of Corullón like no other. This is nothing short of amazing. Ricardo told me this has been the only vintage of La Faraona where the wine was harmonious all the way, starting from the grapes, which gives me an idea of a wine that is going to show and drink nicely throughout its life. It's different from the 2014, which was from a cooler year, but this is every bit as good. 1,666 bottles, 54 magnums, 10 double magnums and six jeroboams were filled the 22nd of January 2020. They've been regrafting a good percentage of the white vines to red for eight years.

End of July 2021, The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez
  • Cata

  • Crítica

Vista

Color cereza brillante, borde granate.

Aroma

Notas comunes a los demás vinos de la bodega (arándanos, fresa ácida, turba ahumada), pero tiene algunas hierbas silvestres, naranja de sangre, más moderado en la exótica y exuberante.

Boca

Paladar de gran precisión, el equilibrio y la armonía. El vino es muy diferente y tiene una personalidad caprichosa fuerte.

critica del vino

Añada 2019 > 99 puntos
The 2019 La Faraona comes from the vineyard called El Ferro in the village of Corullón, 0.55 hectares on very steep slopes at 800 to 860 meters in altitude. Like all their vineyards, it's farmed organically and biodynamically, and they picked the grapes the 23rd of September and fermented them partly destemmed in oak vats with indigenous yeasts and manual punching down for 47 days. The wine matured in barrel for nine to 10 months. Despite Moncerbal being very showy and floral and almost stealing the show, the depth, complexity and nuance of this 2019 La Faraona was amazing. The palate is a little stiff at this early stage; Ricardo Pérez Palacios made the comparison with the 2010 and 2011 that needed some time in bottle to blossom. There were 1,459 bottles, 77 magnums, 12 double magnums, eight Jeroboams and one Salmanazar produced.
Añada 2018 > 100 puntos
The often-mysterious and ever-changing 2018 La Faraona comes from the vineyard called El Ferro, a very special plot ("I personally prune each single vine from La Faraona," Ricardo once told me. "She's mine!") of only 0.55 hectares that probably has 8% white grapes of the Godello and Jerez varieties. The vines are 72 years old on a very steep southeast-facing slope at 800 to 860 meters in altitude, and there is a tectonic fault that crosses the land and brings an unusual combination of elements and very shallow soils with the mother rock barely 30 centimeters down. The partly destemmed grapes fermented with indigenous yeasts in an oak vat, and the wine matured in foudre and barrique for 12 months. The perfume coming out of the glass was simply mind-boggling, a subtle and complex combination of flowers, herbs and spices that had taken me to different places (often the Loire) in the past, but this time it took me to the green and humid slopes of the Bierzo, the wet soils and the Atlantic smell of the ferns and moss. This is the most Atlantic of the 2018s. It has freshness and lightness but also lots of energy and light. It has great purity, a very strong sense of place, and it encapsulates the humid slopes of Corullón like no other. This is nothing short of amazing. Ricardo told me this has been the only vintage of La Faraona where the wine was harmonious all the way, starting from the grapes, which gives me an idea of a wine that is going to show and drink nicely throughout its life. It's different from the 2014, which was from a cooler year, but this is every bit as good. 1,666 bottles, 54 magnums, 10 double magnums and six jeroboams were filled the 22nd of January 2020. They've been regrafting a good percentage of the white vines to red for eight years.

End of July 2021, The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez

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