£26.30/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Bright / Violet rim|
|Powerful / Complex / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Cherries / Mineral notes / Spicy notes / Nutmeg / Cinnamon / Cocoa / Balsamic notes|
|Good entry / Fresh / Balanced / Velvety tannins / Sweet tannins / Tasty / Easy to drink|
Drinking and storing
Roasts / Grilled meat / Meat casseroles / Red meats / Cured cheeses / Iberian ham
Ratings and awards
Mallorca at its Very Best
We were lucky to visit the vineyard the year and try their wines - they are rich deep and amazing value for the quality you get - seeing a small producer create wine like this and the care and time they take with the vines the production and down to choosing the best barrels to showcase their wine make you think this this wine is outstanding value Vinissimus sell this wine for the same price that you can buy it at the vineyard showing that they are a great company for buying wine from. The wine is one of the best ways to taste the local Mallorcian grapes at their best
Not a red wine person, but this is lovely
Not a red wine person, however having tasted this at a recent tour, i thought it was a very good red wine. Not too heavy but had depth and body and i enjoyed it
Been to winery. Small family run. Bought first Sio there years ago and order more from time to time. Light wine but with good flavor.
Lots of red fruit
Cherry aroma. One of the best wines from Mallorca we have tasted. We have tried the wine with cheese and chicken. Lovely wine.
First tried this in Mallorca a few years ago and it’s a great young wine. Well worth trying you won’t be disappointed.
|Ageing period||Between 12 and 13 months|
|Barrel age||New and semi-new|
|Type of wood||French oak|
|Vine age||Between 25 and 60 years|
|Soil||Limestone / Pebbles|
|Surface area||40.00 hectares|
Bodegas Ribas is considered to be the oldest family winery in Spain. Its origins date back to 1711 and the name of its founder, Pedro Ribas de Cabrera, devoted to working the island’s traditional crops of olives and vines back in the 18th century. Ever since then, generation after generation of the family have continued Pedro's work at Hereus de Ribas, making wine with a commitment to the land, history and heritage. They are currently carrying out research to...