Don Miguel Riserva, Ribera del Duero DO, Bodegas Comenge
Don Miguel Riserva, Ribera del Duero DO, Bodegas Comenge
Dark cherry colour. Intense on the nose opening to a multitude of aromas: black fruit, plums, cassis, chocolate, spice and a crisp mineral background. The palate has excellent acidity, round body, wide, velvety tannins, exquisite ripeness of fruit and a dense, concentrated and elegant mouth feeling. Good structure which ensures a long life in the bottle.

Country and Region: Spain,Ribera del Duero

Classification: Ribera del Duero DO

Producer: Bodegas Comenge

Wine Style: Red

Grape Varieties : Cabernet Sauvignon | Tempranillo

Vinification: The Don Miguel Comenge vineyard is just 2.80 hectares planted with Tempranillo and 2.12 hectares planted with Cabernet Sauvignon. This last variety rarely reaches perfect maturity in Ribera del Duero and generally stays out of the final assemblage and is only added in the best years. This vineyard called “Pago de las Hontanillas” is located in the town of Pesquera de Duero on a predominantly limestone and clay hillside, between 870 and 900m of altitude and south facing. Bodegas Comenge practice exclusively organic farming. The average yield is about eight or nine clusters per vine, obtaining yields between 3,400 and 4,100 kg per hectare, distributed among the 3,500 plants per hectare; which means about one kilo of grapes per plant. The grapes are harvested by hand in small boxes, early in the morning, avoiding the warmest part of the day.

ABV: 15%

Closure: Natural Cork

Note: Single Vineyard

Case Size: 6

Case price: £ 202.50

Bottle Price: £ 33.75