Flor de Vetus
Tinta de Toro typicity and freshness
Style Flor de Vetus 2018
Characteristics Flor de Vetus
Flor de Vetus is a D.O. Toro red wine made by Vetus. This winery lies a few kilometres from the town of Toro (Zamora), the epicentre of this denomination of origin.
The Vetus winery is part of Grupo Artevino, a winemaking cooperative that also counts wineries like Orben, Villacreces and Izadi among its members.
Flor de Vetus is a single-variety Tinta de Toro wine. The grapes come from low yield vineyards planted 700m above sea level on north to south facing slopes. The vines grow on limestone soils, with coarse and fine-grained sandstone.
The Flor de Vetus winemaking process begins with a manual harvest and a double selection process in the winery.
It is then fermented in tapered tanks. Before being sold, Flor de Vetus ages for nine months in French oak barrels.
The Flor de Vetus 2012 vintage achieved an impressive 92 Parker points. With a good price and a high rating, it became a Decantalo best-seller.
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Ratings Flor de Vetus
Tasting notes Flor de Vetus
Dark cherry with violet tones. Clean and bright, has an abundant glyceric tear.
Medium-high intensity which clearly dominates the fruit. Berries, currants, blackberries, and black berries give way to balsamic, spices and lactic notes. Background of soft toast.
Dark cherry red colour with violet tones. Clean and bright, abundant load of glycerine, slightly coloured.
Medium-high nose in which the fruit stands out. Red fruit, redcurrant and blackberries give way to balsamic, spiced and lactic notes. Soft toasted nuances in the background.