Wine Techsheet

Emina Reserva

Winery: Emina
Vintage: 2015
Winemaker: Verónica Pareja
Type of Wine: Reserva
Bottles Produced: 40500 Per Year
Region: DO Ribera del Duero
Composition: tempranillo Per Year
MSRP: $50
ExWorks (at Bodega): N/A
Searcher ID/Link: Open (in New Window)
Sustainable
Awards
91 James Suckling
Wine Ratings
  • N/A Robert Parker
  • N/A Wine Spectator
  • 93 Wine Enthusiast
  • 91 Wine and Spirits
  • N/A International Wine Cellar
  • N/A Decanter
  • N/A Guia Penin
Shelf Taker
N/A
Wine Description

EMINA Reserva only produces vintages that are suitable
for the required quality and has limited production due to
the meticulousness and care with which it is made. Double
selection of the grapes in the field and in the winery.
Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks as well as
malolactic fermentation partially in French Allier oak barrels.

Tasting Notes

With its intense cardinal colour and purple tones, Emina seeks
to make the terroir the heart and soul of its wines, as such,
Emina Reserva 2015 is an intense black fruit wine, although
it has a fresh character of red fruits and earthy minerals,
accompanied by soft spices and resinous tones to match the
great depth of the soil from which it comes. Tones that are
brought about in its 16 months of slow aging in lightly toasted
barrels. A process chosen so as not to change the character
of the wine. It subsequently rests for another 20 months in the
bottle to help perfect its noble tannins, offering an intense,
long and very elegant feel in the mouth.

Notes for Consumers
Optimal Serving Temperature: 17°C
Drink By: 2024
Pairing(s): Cured cheese, roasted meats
Vineyards
Vineyard Size: 10 ha
Soil Composition: Loamy Limestone
Training Method: N/A
Elevation:

With its intense cardinal colour and purple tones, Emina seeks
to make the terroir the heart and soul of its wines, as such,
Emina Reserva 2015 is an intense black fruit wine, although
it has a fresh character of red fruits and earthy minerals,
accompanied by soft spices and resinous tones to match the
great depth of the soil from which it comes. Tones that are
brought about in its 16 months of slow aging in lightly toasted
barrels. A process chosen so as not to change the character
of the wine. It subsequently rests for another 20 months in the
bottle to help perfect its noble tannins, offering an intense,
long and very elegant feel in the mouth.

Feet
Exposure: N/A
Harvest Date: N/A
Winemaking & Aging
Fermentation: 15 days in stainless steel tanks (26ºC)
Maceration Technique:: N/A
Length of Maceration: N/A
Malolactic Fermentation: N/A
Ageing (sur Lie): N/A
Ageing in Months: 14 Months
Analytical Data
Alcohol: 14.5%
pH Level: N/A
Residual Sugar: N/A
Acidity : 5.1 g/l
Dry Extract: N/A