Abadía de Gomariz

2015

Abadía de Gomariz 2015

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91
Decanter
Red wine Aged in wood.
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Abadía de Gomariz 2015 is a mature, structured and long lasting wine. The aromas of sweet red fruit stand out, as well as the marked mineral notes, which give it rusticity, making it an extremely authentic wine.

Red wine Aged in wood.
Alcohol: 14.00%
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Production area: Spain Galicia
Contains sulphites
Tipo de Uva: 25% Brancellao, 25% Ferrol, 25% Mencía, 25% Souson
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Abadía de Gomariz
Red wine Aged in wood.
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Abadía de Gomariz is a red wine produced by the winery Coto de Gomariz in Leiro (Ourense), D.O. Ribeiro.

 

Coto de Gomariz is the oldest registered vineyard reserve in the Spanish peninsula. It is located in the valley of Gomariz, where wines have been made since the 10th century. For centuries, it has belonged to different ecclesiastical orders. It was not until the middle of the 19th century, with the confiscation of Madoz, that it was passed on to a private owner, leaving it distributed among different wineries and small winegrowers.

One of these private owners was the Carreiro family. In the 70s, Ricardo Carreiro Ameijeiras started to recover native varieties, and in 1980 they bottled their first wines. Xose Lois Sebio, technical director and oenologist since 2001, started to cultivate the farms using organic and biodynamic principles. Currently, most of the 24 hectares they own in Gomariz are cultivated using natural viticulture (following the Fukuoka theories). This way of working with the vineyards, the different soils (granite sands, clay and schist) and a unique microclimate, are the ideal conditions to achieve authentic wines that reflect the personality of the area where they are born.

 

Abadía de Gomariz is a wine made from Sousón, Brancellao, Ferrol and Mencía, from their own vineyards located in the Gomariz valley.

They are manually harvested and placed in 18-kg boxes, with grape selection in the winery. Once they arrive at the winery, the grapes go through a cold pre-fermentation maceration. Then, they ferment with wild yeasts at a controlled temperature in stainless steel deposits with frequent pump-overs and punch-downs. It is aged for 12 months in used 300-litre French and American oak barrels. Before it is launched on the market, it is left to stand in the bottle for a minimum of 6 months.

 

 

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Tasting notes Abadía de Gomariz

Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Mencía, Brancellao, Souson, Ferrol
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Mencía, Brancellao, Souson, Ferrol
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Tipo de Uva: 25% Brancellao, 25% Ferrol, 25% Mencía, 25% Souson
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Mencía, Brancellao, Souson, Ferrol
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Mencía, Brancellao, Souson, Ferrol
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 14.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Designation: D.O. Ribeiro
Winery: Coto de Gomariz
Tipo de Uva: 25% Brancellao, 25% Ferrol, 25% Mencía, 25% Souson
Contains sulphites
Pictures and situation Coto de Gomariz
La Treixadura has established itself as the prominent variety of the Ribeiro. The variety has become irreplaceable in the region, responsible for the fame achieved by the region's wines, as well as their glorious past. It is a well planted strain, vigorous, fairly resistant to disease, with middle productivity and late maturing, which helps produce wines with a spectacular and personal character through the variety, full of freshness and flavour in the mouth, and added mystery.
Pictures and situation D.O. Ribeiro