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Characteristics of Carmelo Rodero Reserva
Carmelo Rodero Reserva is a red wine from Ribera del Duero produced by Bodegas Rodero. The winery is located in Pedrosa del Duero (Burgos).
Carmelo Rodero Reserva is made with the Tinta del Pais (90%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). The grapes come from old vines over 30 years old on the 80 hectares that the winery has in Pedrosa de Duero, Boada de Roa Roa and Mambrilla Castrejon.
Carmelo Rodero Reserva is made the traditional way. Both the maceration and alcoholic fermentation are performed at controlled temperature.
Aging, meanwhile, lasts 21 months, 15 of which are conducted in French oak barrels and the remaining 6 in American oak barrels.
Finally, it spends 24 months in bottle to finish rounding.
SightCherry red with violet hues. Clean and bright.NoseMedium-high aromatic intensity. Presence of red and black fruit with abundant toasts and spicy notes.TastePleasant, enveloping and silky entry. Step is tasty and meaty. Good acidity and well integrated tannins.
SightThis is a great wine, very balanced and charming, with an intense picota red colour and smooth violet notes, which mark its ageing with bright terracotta and amber rims.NoseVery subtle with ripe fruit aromas very well matched with notes of its ageing in wood such as spices (vanilla, cinnamon), and exhilarating scents of coffee and roasted notes.TasteVery fleshy palate, with a long finish and well-balanced acidity. Ripe, smooth, harmonious tannins which fill the palate with pleasant nuances.
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.
Coming from a family of wine growers in the coastal village of Pedrosa de Duero, Burgos, Carmelo Rodero belongs to the fourth generation of winemakers. His grandparents produced wine in the classic and antique presses, until the founding of the Cooperativa Vinícola de Pedrosa de Duero, in which their grandparents were founders.