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Abadia Retuerta Cab.Sauvignon Pago Valdebellón '10

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Sardón de Duero, Spain.....
La Guia Penin 93pts
The Abadia Retuerta Valdebellón is a pure Cabernet Sauvignon which is a rarity in the Ribera region. The Valdebellon is one of the absolute top wines of Abadia. The vineyard is located at an altitude of 850 meters with a south-facing orientation on white, chalk soils surrounded by pine forests. The wine is brought up in new French oak for more than 18 months. The result is a wine with an intense dark red color that is very delicate with notes of sweet spices, exotic fruit, mint, mineral aromas and hints of earth, blackberries and graphite. The wine is spicy and ripe with very refined silky tannins that melt on your tongue. The taste reveals the delicate and complex character. The wine is very refined with beautiful acidity that keeps the wine elegant and surprisingly fresh.
The "Pago" status is what the Grand Cru among Spanish wines means and is the highest status that a wine company in Spain can achieve. A wine may be a Pago-we if the wines can be guaranteed that the grapes come from a geographical zone whose specific soil characteristics are recognizable. In other words; in certain zones there is a special microclimate that, in combination with the composition of the soil, produces a grape which, despite being a well-known grape variety, cannot be compared in taste with that of its peers. There are only a handful of wines in Spain that have this ultimate status.