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Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019

£34.95 incl. VAT

8 in stock

Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019
Very deep, intense cherry red in colour, a result of a low yield. It has a dense, ripe aroma, an intense wine with plenty of personality. The balance between ripeness and freshness is excellent, and its months of ageing in 500-litre barrels has given it plenty of complexity. It is powerful and structured in the mouth, with good balance and a long, persistent finish.

Food Matching
This intesne wine is perfect with red meat with richly flavoured sauces.

Awards
Tim Atkin Ribera del Duero 2022 Special Report 91 Points
Malleolus uses fruit from Las Miras, the high-altitude páramo above the town of Pesquera de Duero. Stylishly wooded in 500-litre French oak, it’s floral, forward and refreshing, with a chalky lift and focus, succulent redcurrant strawberry fruit and appealing energy and focus. 2023-29. 91 Points, TA, 2022.

Viticulture
The word “Malleolus” comes from Latin and means majuelo (hawthorn), which is the way the locals refer to the vineyards in Pesquera de Duero. To produce this wine, they have chosen grapes from old majuelos, trained as bushes and on trellising.

Winemaking
Macerated on the skins for 18 days. Following malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats, it is aged in 1 and 2 year old 500l French oak barrels.

Oak Ageing
Time: 18 Months
Type: 500 Litre French Oak Barrels
% wine oaked: 100
% new oak: 60

Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019

£34.95 incl. VAT

8 in stock

Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019
Very deep, intense cherry red in colour, a result of a low yield. It has a dense, ripe aroma, an intense wine with plenty of personality. The balance between ripeness and freshness is excellent, and its months of ageing in 500-litre barrels has given it plenty of complexity. It is powerful and structured in the mouth, with good balance and a long, persistent finish.

Food Matching
This intesne wine is perfect with red meat with richly flavoured sauces.

Awards
Tim Atkin Ribera del Duero 2022 Special Report 91 Points
Malleolus uses fruit from Las Miras, the high-altitude páramo above the town of Pesquera de Duero. Stylishly wooded in 500-litre French oak, it’s floral, forward and refreshing, with a chalky lift and focus, succulent redcurrant strawberry fruit and appealing energy and focus. 2023-29. 91 Points, TA, 2022.

Viticulture
The word “Malleolus” comes from Latin and means majuelo (hawthorn), which is the way the locals refer to the vineyards in Pesquera de Duero. To produce this wine, they have chosen grapes from old majuelos, trained as bushes and on trellising.

Winemaking
Macerated on the skins for 18 days. Following malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats, it is aged in 1 and 2 year old 500l French oak barrels.

Oak Ageing
Time: 18 Months
Type: 500 Litre French Oak Barrels
% wine oaked: 100
% new oak: 60

Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019

£34.95 incl. VAT

8 in stock

Emilio Moro Malleolus 2019
Very deep, intense cherry red in colour, a result of a low yield. It has a dense, ripe aroma, an intense wine with plenty of personality. The balance between ripeness and freshness is excellent, and its months of ageing in 500-litre barrels has given it plenty of complexity. It is powerful and structured in the mouth, with good balance and a long, persistent finish.

Food Matching
This intesne wine is perfect with red meat with richly flavoured sauces.

Awards
Tim Atkin Ribera del Duero 2022 Special Report 91 Points
Malleolus uses fruit from Las Miras, the high-altitude páramo above the town of Pesquera de Duero. Stylishly wooded in 500-litre French oak, it’s floral, forward and refreshing, with a chalky lift and focus, succulent redcurrant strawberry fruit and appealing energy and focus. 2023-29. 91 Points, TA, 2022.

Viticulture
The word “Malleolus” comes from Latin and means majuelo (hawthorn), which is the way the locals refer to the vineyards in Pesquera de Duero. To produce this wine, they have chosen grapes from old majuelos, trained as bushes and on trellising.

Winemaking
Macerated on the skins for 18 days. Following malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats, it is aged in 1 and 2 year old 500l French oak barrels.

Oak Ageing
Time: 18 Months
Type: 500 Litre French Oak Barrels
% wine oaked: 100
% new oak: 60

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