Emilio Moro Finca Resalso

Emilio Moro Finca Resalso

Emilio Moro


Tasting Notes

This wine displays an intense, ripe black cherry color. On the nose, it develops well with ripe red berry hints (mulberry and blackcurrant) intermingled with elegant, balsamic, oaky aromas. On the palate it is powerful with nuances of incense, spice and sweet-tasting cinnamon. This wine combines the sweetness of the ripe tannins with the polyphenolic structure of the Tinto Fino variety. Well balanced, lingering, harmonious and with a lingering finish

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About the Winery

Emilio Moro

Located in the town of Pesquera in the Valladolid district, Emilio Moro is a family-owned winery with over 120 years of winemaking history in Ribera del Duero. The family owns 173 acres of vineyards located in several parcels in Pesquera del Duero. The average age of the vines is 10 to 25 years, and the vineyards are located at high altitude -1,950 feet - on the banks of the Duero River. The first vineyards were planted in 1932 in the year of the founder, Emilio Moro's birth and the winery works with a pure clone of the Tinto Fino transplanted from their earliest vines. Soils are clay with gravel and chalk, and the area is endowed with the harsh, continental climate that defines the unique character of Ribera wines.

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