About this winery
A Spanish winery founded in 1996 which has won many awards for fine winemaking in their relatively short time as a winemaking establishment. The estate is situated just outside the border of the Ribera del Duero region in Spain’s north central province of Castilla y León, near the village of Sardón del Duero. Twenty miles east of the city of Valladolid, it lies in the heart of an expanse of wine estates stretching from Tudela de Duero to Peñafiel known as “the golden mile”. Notably, it...
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Notes about product
Pago Negralada comes from a plot of Tempranillo, the noblest Spanish grape variety. The vines are planted in deep gravel soils intermixed with sand at the surface, and produce wines with a distinctive firm, tannic character.
Sourced from a single Tempranillo vineyard planted on alluvial Duero soils mixed with gravel and sand. Intense ripe black fruit notes underpinned with elegant smoky, tobacco notes from the wood. Lively, broad, fleshy and expressive on the entry, the wine turns surprisingly supple with fine, ripe tannins. The personality and character of this noble variety shine through on a perfectly balanced finish.