Museum Real Reserva

75cl 2015

Museum Real Reserva 2015

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Red wine Reserva. 24 months in French oak barrels.
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Alcohol: 14.00%
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Contains sulphites
Museum Real Reserva
Red wine Reserva. 24 months in French oak barrels.
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Museum Real Reserva is a red wine by la Bodega Museum, belonging to Baron de Ley Group, made in Cigales.

It is a single-variety Tinta del País made with grapes from very old vines, over 70 years old, planted in calcareous clay soils with boulders on the surface. The farm is located about 800 metres above sea level. This area suffers from a severe continental climate, with large temperature contrast of up to 20°Cs between day and night. Summers are very hot and very cold, winters are rainy. Springs tend to be milder but with a high risk of frost. The weather is severe, which limits the performance of the vineyard. Autumns are usually rather cold, helping to obtain a slow ripening of the grapes.
The harvest is done manually and the grapes are transported in small boxes to the cellar, where they are stripped and then sorted. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 29°C for 10 days.
After the fermentation, the wine is macerated for 30 to 35 days ensuring maximum extraction. Museum Real Reserva is aged in new French oak barrels for 24 months, there are rackings 5 times each year. Unfiltered, it spends a minimum of 12 months in the bottle before being marketed.

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Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 13.50%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 13.50%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Type of grape: Tinta del Pais
Designation: D.O. Cigales
Winery: Museum
Contains sulphites
Until recently, the D.O Cigales was a region that produced wines that were defined by the rural and traditional nature of the region and its ancient history. The wines here were made using traditional techniques such as stone vats, treading the grapes by foot and fermentation left to the vagaries of nature. However, over the past two decades, the reality of wine here has become something very different. One only has to enter any of the of the region’s renowned wineries to notice that their wines have taken the highway of modernity, shaking off their old reputation. The region has continued to produce rosés, although they are now juicier, fresher and well balanced. The region is also leaning ever more towards the production of red wines, following the example set by other regions along the Duero river, although perhaps with the difference that here they may be easier to drink.
Pictures and situation D.O. Cigales