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Valbuena 5º año 2015

Valbuena 5º año


Valbuena, despite its long ageing in cellar, is Vega Sicilia's 'youngest' wine. Although having the ...

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/ btl 0.75 L

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0.75 L - 2015


Valbuena, despite its long ageing in cellar, is Vega Sicilia's 'youngest' wine. Although having the same high quality features as its exceptional cellar companions, the emblematic Único and Único Reserva Especial, Valbuena exhibits a character of its own, with an impressive aromatic richness and a magnificent harmony between modernity and tradition. A wine which has great maturity, with well-handled oak and a complex connection between vinosity and fruitiness.

Valbuena is made from the Tinto Fino variety, together with a small proportion of Merlot; it ferments with native yeasts and it's matured for five years —hence its name— in containers of different capacities (from 225-litre barrels to 20,000-litre vats), types and ages. A total of three years in oak and two in bottle; a very special process for a very special wine.

The Tempranillo (or Tinto Fino) grapes come from gently-sloping hillsides, with a high expression soil that's based on limestone in Valbuena de Duero. In the vineyard, green pruning is carried out methodically in order to obtain grapes which are concentrated and full of character. Once inside the winery, the aim is to maintain a constant style in its production process so that the wine expresses the singularity of each vintage and all the character of this magnificent and austere terroir.

The result is always sublime. A delightful red wine, a burgundy-red colour with glints of very intense ruby, A complex nose with a perfect balance between the aromas derived from the superb use of oak and the perfect ripeness of exceptional grapes. Wild strawberries, smoke, pencil lead, spices, (peppers and vanilla), and a balsamic note, all becoming more noticeable after a while in the glass and a mystic element which seems inherent in Vega Sicilia wines. On the palate, its mouthfeel is captivating; it's silky and expressive, powerful and balanced, individual and refined. It makes its exit without really going, leaving behind an almost ever-lasting flourish of elegance.

NOTE: Decanting is recommended for between two and three hours before serving.

Roast lamb / Roast suckling pig / Oven-cooked game meat

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Josep Mas Bataller (17 Jun) - Vintage 2015

Nunca falla

Este increíble Vega Sicilia, es aún mejor que su inmediatamente superior.

by: Gaby (21/11/2019) - Vintage 2014


Valbuena 5° año 2014, Rojo Burdeos con ribetes rubí. Ataque fino y elegante dado paso a un medio de boca suave y un fin de boca menos opulento a nivel tánico pero si persistente a nivel aromático. Aromas potentes a fruta perfectamente madura como grosellas, arándanos.. combinado con aromas de roble muy fino y pero no dominante

by: Jorge (16/05/2019) - Vintage 2014

A la altura esperada

Un vino especial a la altura que se le espera ideal para regalar(se)lo a alguien oa auno mismo. Calidad superior.

by: Encke (26/07/2018) - Vintage 2013

Un gran vino

Es un gran vino. Perfecto para un regalo si quieres quedar muy bien. Mucho mejor si es para abrirlo en casa

by: Jean-Claude (12/07/2018) - Vintage 2013

Valbuena 5

Un grand vin parmi les grands à chaque fois dégusté il me semble meilleur que le dernière fois. A ne pas manquer

Bodegas Vega Sicilia

Bodegas Vega Sicilia

Founded in 1864 by Eloy Lecanda and run today by the Álvarez family, Vega Sicilia is the most emblematic winery in Spain. It is in fact one of the oldest in Spain and undoubtedly one of the best in the world. Located in Valbuena de Duero, its name comes from ‘vega’, the Spanish word to describe the low-lying fertile land beside the Duero River, and a phonetic deformation of Cecilia, as the estate was originally known as Coto de Santa Cecilia.  Eve...