£40.80/ 0.75 L btl
Pago de Santa Cruz 2018
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Dense, powerful, generous, very aromatic, with smoky wafts and lactic notes... Pago de Santa Cruz is an excellent example of a high quality Ribera del Duero. Made using grapes sourced from a vineyard where the average age of the vines is 68 years old.
Aged for 16 months in American oak barrels.
- Optimum serving temperature:17ºC
Another stellar effort by Sastre. I am not a generous soul, but if any wine at this proce can be called a bargain, this is it. It will last another 20 years and improve during the next 10, but its great young too.by: Marky (29/12/2017)
This is a deeply impressive wine. A pure concentration of dark fruit, a gorgeous taste and a long memorable finish. Its a special occasion wine, to be decanted at least 2 hours before drinking. The best food match would be venison, but it goes fine with beef or lamb. The care the producers take over this wine is eveident in every way. If you can resist, let it have up to another 15 years in the bottle as it could even improve for time.by: LUIS (01/11/2020)
Un gran Ribera de Duero, de lo mejor en su categoríaby: email@example.com (11/12/2019)
Un Ribera que no defrauda
Los hermanos Sastre vienen elaborando vinos de carácter desde hace años, son Riberas clásicos, equilibrados y de fácil beber. Este Pago de Santa Cruz especialmente recomendadoby: ANAF (16/01/2018)
HUELE MUY BIEN. SABOR POTENTE QUE QUEDA TIEMPO EN LA BOCA Y CON SENSACION DE FRUTA AL FINAL. MUY SABROSO.
Today, Viña Sastre is one of the Ribera del Duero's benchmark wineries, known and appreciated both for the wines of its traditional line (Rosé, Roble and Crianza) and also for the wines belonging to its top-quality range: Pago Santa Cruz, Acos, Regina Vides and the legendary Pesus, of which only 1,800 bottles are made a year. This great little family-run winery started out in the mid-twentieth century when Severiano Sastre planted some vineyards which as time passed would ...