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Characteristics of Ars Romántica
Ars Romantica is a red wine from Ribera del Duero, produced by Bodegas de Bardos, belonging to the Vintae Group, which are known to produce wines in twelve different Spanish regions, such as the Hacienda López from Haro.
Ars Romantica is made from 100% Tinta del País (Tempranillo). The grapes come from a rigorous selection of low yielding old vines located in the highlands of the central plateau in Onesimus Quintanilla (Valladolid).
The development of Ars Romantica begins with a harvest during the last week of September and first week of October.
The grapes, once collected, are transported to the winery in boxes of 15 kilos and small trailers. Here a selection of bunches is made on tables. Subsequent fermentation and maceration is carried out in vats of 15,000 kg at a temperature of 28ªC for 3 or 4 weeks.
Once fermented and macerated, Ars Romantica undergoes a malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels, with a weekly beating and strict control of each barrel.
Finally, Ars Romantica is aged for 14 months in barrels of one and two years in French oak, located in underground cellars where the temperature is maintained throughout the year at around 14ºC. Ars Romantica is a soft and original wine.
SightCherry red, high layer.Nose This wine comes across burly, but silky and friendly, with perfectly polished tannins and a nice finish, with a presence of black fruit. TasteThis wine comes across burly, but silky and friendly, with perfectly polished tannins and a nice finish, with a presence of black fruit.
SightA purplish cherry red colour, high robe.NoseAttractive nose with lots of fruit and liquorice, combined with notes from its ageing in wood.TasteThis wine is full bodied, but silky and pleasing on the palate, with perfectly polished tannins and a good finish, with nuances of black fruit and undergrowth.
Ribera del Duero is a Denomination of Origin located on the northern plateau, bathed by the waters of the River Duero, where they produce delicious and recognised red wines with great complexity made from the Trinto Fino grape variety.