Organic viticulture; minimal oak ageing; a Ribera del Duero wine that shows depth and drinkability while young; an extraordinary value! Pork and veal have an essentially sweet "bass note" that is complimented nicely by Tempranillo’s sweet nature, so these meats pair extremely well with Barco de Piedra. Unlike most Riojas, which tend toward softer strawberry and red fruits, Ribera del Dueros are some of the most robust reds from Spain, usually showing a black fruit, mineral and "meaty" character that many people feel is a better match with beef steak than any California Cabernet or Zinfandel. For simple fare, aged hard cheese like manchego, jamon iberico, Spanish almonds, Sevilla olives and crusty bread are exceptional accompaniments for this wine.
Nose: oaky tast: full body well balenced tanins carbination fruity very desiving wine but a very good wine!
Rasberry jaminerals and pepper. A bit light but excellent.
Berry notes. Not too sweet
- almost 3 years
- about 3 years