Viñas Viejas | Quinta Milú

The Tempranillo grapes for this wine are sourced from two tiny vineyards where the vines are, as the name suggests, incredibly old (over 100 years), planted at 900 metres above sea level. Like other Quinta Milú wines, this is not your typical Ribera del Duero: there’s lush, ripe fruit here but also bright acidity and freshness. Very elegant and with plenty of potential to age.

Region:

Castilla y León

Appellation:

Ribera del Duero

Variety / Blend:

Tempranillo:

Climate:

Continental with Mediterranean influence

Soils:

Mainly clay and limestone

Farming:

Organic

Altitude:

906 metres

Fermentation:

In open-top oak barriques

Ageing:

12 months in 225-litre French oak barriques

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