Even if those wines are somewhat identical, they’re made with other intents. Except for being the youngest amongst those 3 bottles, the Tinto is Guímaro’s entry-level wine, intended to be fed on younger.
Against this, the Viña Caneiro is D. Ventura’s highest cuvée and the oldest of the bottles. It’s a extra severe wine than the Tinto, and regardless that it’s just about 5 years previous and mature, it could be attention-grabbing to sip once more in every other 5 years.
The 3rd wine, the 2014 Décima, is a little more mysterious. I don’t know a lot concerning the manufacturer, however I in reality just like the wine. It comes from the Amandi subzone of Ribeira Sacra, as does the Viña Caneiro.
Amandi is likely one of the area’s highest spaces, the place the steep terraces emerging from the Sil River are studded with chunks of slate, the dominant rock within the soil. The entirety will have to be finished by means of hand, because the hills are too steep to house machines.
The Guímaro is elderly in brief in metal tanks sooner than it’s bottled, one way supposed to maintain its contemporary fruity flavors. Certainly, it was once nearly exotically fruity and floral within the glass, with vibrant raspberry and mineral flavors that linger within the…