Wine Techsheet

Aalto PS

Winery: Aalto
Vintage: 2011
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Bottles Produced: 20000 Per Year
Region: DO Ribera del Duero
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Awards
Guia Intervinos: 99, Guia Proensa: 98 Guia Gourmets 99
Wine Ratings
  • 94 Robert Parker
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  • 94 Guia Penin
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Tasting Notes
AALTO PS, being made from a selection of our best vineyards, is always intense, powerful, concentrated and long. This AALTO PS 2011 exhibits a very dark color, staining the glass, and a panoply of aromas: flinty soils, toasted bread, licorice, spices and black fruit. On the palate, its acidity teams up with the alcohol to counterbalance the abundant tannins, resulting in a perfectly structured wine of considerable elegance and finesse. The careful use of new French oak over 22 months has lent an array of sapid tones that enhances the Tempranillo typicity in a great vintage.This wine has a good aging potential and will develop in the bottle for quite a long time, probably 15 to 20 years, if properly cellared.
Notes for Consumers
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Vineyards
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Soil Composition: Clay, Chalk, Pebbles & Sand
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Elevation: AALTO PS, being made from a selection of our best vineyards, is always intense, powerful, concentrated and long. This AALTO PS 2011 exhibits a very dark color, staining the glass, and a panoply of aromas: flinty soils, toasted bread, licorice, spices and black fruit. On the palate, its acidity teams up with the alcohol to counterbalance the abundant tannins, resulting in a perfectly structured wine of considerable elegance and finesse. The careful use of new French oak over 22 months has lent an array of sapid tones that enhances the Tempranillo typicity in a great vintage.This wine has a good aging potential and will develop in the bottle for quite a long time, probably 15 to 20 years, if properly cellared. Feet
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Winemaking & Aging
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Analytical Data
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