£11.75/ 0.75 L btl
Wine La Planta 2019
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Bottle size and vintage
Made from the grapes of 20 year-old vines, grown at an altitude of 900 metres, in the town of Quintanilla de Onésimo.
Aged for six months in French and American oak barrels.Marqués de Vitoria Crianza 2016
Mushrooms / Iberian sausages / Iberian ham / Small game dishes / Vegetables / Tapas
- Vine age:20 years
- Ageing period:6 months
- Type of wood:French and american oak
- ViewPicota cherry red / Opaque / Violet rim
- Bouquet:Spicy notes / Toasty notes / Fresh / Liquorice / Cassis / Fruit aromas / Blackberry
- Mouth:Elegant / Flavoursome / Fruit-forward / Velvety / Rounded / Ripe
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
Smooth and Supple
Really smooth red, good legs in the glass great on the nose and really lovely fruit with a touch of vanilla but not too much. Its aging is the perfect balance for me of fruit and a lttle more complexity, first experienced in Asturias 3 weeks ago and really happy to be able to enjoy it again in UK.by: Paul Sauerberg (13/04/2017) - Vintage 2015
Our favourite daily red.
For a long time La Planta have been one of our favourite daily wines. It offers so much quality for the price that it is almost unbelievable. Wonderfull fresh fruit and juiciness. Difficult to find more value for money.by: Lucia (30/08/2017) - Vintage 2016
The little brother of Arzuaga
La Planta is a very surprising wine, great value for its price. Specially the 2014 and 2016 are great. I have been drinking it for more than 3 years and it is never disappointingby: Vinissimus Customer (27/06/2018) - Vintage 2016
We've been having this wine for over 10 years and it's always great no matter what year. Full bodied and lovely anytime of year, especially on a cold winters nights in the uk!by: Rachel (13/12/2016) - Vintage 2015
A favourite wine we have been ordering for a while. Really smooth and always goes down well. Great with red meat and work brilliantly at christmas time,
Wine from Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro
Founded in the early 90s by the Arzuaga Navarro family, the winery that bears his name stands near the Duero river, on the road that connects Soria with Valladolid. The building is a song to the stone, a solid and rustic monastic evocation, with its arcades, its towers and the bell tower. It was Florentino Arzuaga, a great wine lover, who founded Bodegas Arzuaga-Navarro after buying Finca La Planta, located in the Valladolid town of Quintanilla de Onésimo. Then came the vi...