32.95 €/ btl 0.75 L
Details for QS Quinta Sardonia 2014
Castile and León (Spain)
Tempranillo, Cabernet sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet franc and Malbec
Bottle size and vintage
An interesting blend of grapes, and actually from very young grapes (planted between 1999 and 2000), that has become one of Spain's most outstanding names. Although not without good reason, as Peter Sisseck, whose name is linked to the great Pingus and Hacienda Monasterio wines, sets out guidelines for this winery to follow.
An attractive dark cherry colour, it displays elegant, powerful yet delicate aromas on the nose, especially highlighting ripe fruit and oaky touches. Balanced on entry, this wine has plenty of body and a creaminess underlined by sweet, very tasty tannins. Ripe fruit appears again on the retronasal aromas, and ending with a lengthy, persistent finish.
Matured for 18 months in French oak barrels.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16º C and 18º C
Nice wine - good quality overall - recommend. Ready to drink now, good vintage. Nothing else to add on this wine.
Today Quinta Sardonia belongs to the Terras Gauda winery group, but the project was initially designed and overseen by Peter Sisseck. In fact, the winery's head technician, Jérôme Bougnaud, has worked with Peter for many years and is a member of the team responsible for viticulture at Dominio de Pingus. Quinta Sardonia maintains a very close link with the Ribera del Duero DO, despite not coming under its sphere because of purely administrative and political reasons at the ...