Valduero Gran Reserva 2001

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Red wine Gran Reserva 2001. This wine was aged for 48 months in French and American oak barrels , 40 months in bottle.
Winery: Valduero
D.O.: Ribera del Duero
Variety: Tinto Fino
Volume: 75 cl.

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Features Valduero Gran Reserva 2001

A great wine and one of the best Gran Reserva from Ribera del Duero.
It is made of grapes from old vines aged of more than 50 different selected vineyards. After a traditional winemaking process, the wine is aged in oak barrels from four different places. It rests for 40 months in the bottle.
It is recommended to decant it a minimum of two hours before it is served.
This wine has a long storage capacity and thus it can be saved for 10 years at least and up to 2030.

Tasting report Valduero Gran Reserva 2001


Deep maroon red, with light tile red edges. Clean and bright wine iwth elegant tears.


Intense and complex aromas. Its deep notes of ripe black and red fruit are mixed with the smoky aromas and the hints of coffee, chocolate and leather with a touch of undergrowth. In the background, a subtle and elegant minerality is felt along with its good balsamic aromas.


Elegant and powerful wine with great intensity, which increases as it passes through the mouth. It has a wide and powerful attack and a velvety, tasty, fresh and dry mid palate. Its aromatic complexity is felt once more dominated by the aromas of ripe fruit and fine woods. Well bodied wine with high quality integrated tannins, which still need some time to finish polishing. Excellent acidity and a very long, very intense and very persistent finish.

Other vintages

Alcohol: 14 º
Serving at 18 ºC
We recommend decanting before serving

Pairing wine and food
Stews, Game stew, Large game , Ciervo, Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, Beef

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