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Characteristics of Palacio Quemado Primicia
Palacio Quemado Primicia is a red wine made of Tempranillo (60%), Syrah (20%) and Grenache grapes (20%) from plots with very different soils, sandy soil (Tempranillo), calcareous soil (Syrah) and clay soil (Grenache), which provide a great personality to this wine. The vineyards are located within the D.O. Ribera del Guadiana. The wine-making of the different varieties is conducted separately and the alcoholic fermentation is carried out at low temperatures (up to 22ºC). After the spontaneous malolactic fermentation in stainless steel deposits with its own lees, the wine is racked into new and second-year French and American oak barrels, where it is aged for 6 months.
SightCherry red colour with high robe.NoseAromas of red fruit with spiced notes.TasteLarge and round wine with a great load of fruit and creamy touches of the oak, which gives way to a long and sweet finish.
Ratings for the vintages from the D.O. Ribera del Guadiana
Although Extremadura has been a little behind in the revolution of Spanish viticulture, it is evident that the area is now making a firm commitment to improve and modernise viticulture and oenology in the region. Many wines of the region reflect this new lease of life while holding on to their own extremeño style. It is therefore not surprising that new visionary winemakers and wineries have, as they have in Alvear, set up wineries in these latitudes to produce modern and personal wines.
Under cover of the Protected Designation of Origin "Ribera del Guadiana" are more than 100 ha. vineyard of tempranillo, grenache, cabernet sauvignon, syrah and some traditional indigenous variety recovering. Roman testimonies land oozing, only 18 km from Merida in Alange.