Pagos de Matanegra is a small winery that emerged from the shared interest of three friends passionate about wine. They own 20 ha of old vineyards from which they have successfully produced fantastic, low-production wines, such as this Crianza, aged for 14 months in French oak barrels used for two wines.
An intense garnet-cherry colour with violet hues on the rim, the wine shows complexity and elegance on the nose. It displays a combination of ripe black fruit aromas, with touches of prune-plum jam and fruit compote. Elegant, meaty and balanced on the palate, it has great persistence.
Malolactic fermentation in oak. Ageing in French oak barrels for between 14 and 18 months.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Intense / Deep / Clean / Bright|
|Complex / Elegant / Fruit aromas / Ripe red fruit / Ripe black fruit / Sugar plums|
|Elegant / Fleshy / Balanced / Ripe fruit / Balsamic notes / Long finish / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Any type of meat / Red meats / Cured cheeses
Ratings and awards
Un ribera muy bueno
El resultado, un vino con la madera bien integrada. Este es uno de los vinos más expresivos de Pagos de Matanegra
Pagos de Matanegra
A winery located right in the heart of the Ribera del Duero region, where the quality of the soil, sun and humidity create a microclimate that proves very favourable for growing Tempranillo grapes. Its name originates from lands considered exceptionally good for producing wine from this variety. Matanegra is a small production bodega, where every step of the wine-making process is taken with consummate care and great dedication in order to produce wines that bear, as they...