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Abadía Retuerta Pago La Garduña 2018

Abadía Retuerta Pago La Garduña


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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.5%

The wine

Pago La Garduña, Pago Negralada, Pago Valdebellón and Petit Verdot are the four single estate wines from Abadía Retuerta, with each one being an expression of their parcel of origin. A wine made from 100% Syrah grapes and with 16 months of oak ageing: an intense colour, good structure, an abundance of fruit and pleasant tannins. A fine wine which has deservedly won praise and recognition in several international competitions, such as a Gold Medal at the prestigious International Wine Challenge (IWC) 2008, organised by the UK wine magazine group William Reed, in which up until then only five Spanish wines had received acknowledgement, with Pago La Garduña being the only 100% Syrah.

Pago Garduña 2005 also received a Gold Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles.

Matured for 20 months in new French Allier oak barrels.

What does this wine taste like?

Violet / Intense
Fruit aromas / Black fruit / Floral scents / Spicy notes / Balsamic notes / Toasty notes
Structured / Elegant / Expressive / Powerful / Fine tannins / Long / Persistent

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Ratings and awards

201792 PK
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PK: Parker

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Ageing period16 months
Barrel ageNew
Type of woodFrench oak


SoilCalcareous-clay / Sand
ClimateContinental with Mediterranean influence

The winery

Abadía Retuerta

Abadía Retuerta

Bodega Abadía Retuerta’s name comes from two words that define and describe the land: Ribula Torta which means a “winding river bank”. The first written reference alluding to the importance of the Abadía vineyards dates back to the 17th Century, and shows that the wine sold by the monks who were living there dominated the market in Valladolid, Castile’s largest city. More recently, in the 1970s, the former owners pulled up the vines growing...