Dominio Romano was born as a tribute to the Romans who introduced vine cultivation in the region over 2000 years ago, with a very clear objective: to convey the character of the fine red and some of the best terroirs of the region to the glass. And is that, drinking a great broth of the Ribera del Duero is also drinking history, a history that has its roots in the Roman Domain.
100% Tinto Fino.
Grilled red meat with seasonal mushrooms.
Serve at 16-18ºC.
Cold skin maceration prefermentative of 7 days. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel for 14 days at 26ºC. Total maceration 23 days.
80% for 12 months in second and third year barrels of 400 liters of French oak, 20% for 9 months in 400-liter clay amphorae.
Bright dark garnet color.
The nose is intense, with candied notes of red fruits on a tofe background.
In the mouth it is fruity and sweet, remembering again the very mature red fruits combined with good volume and a balanced body. The finish of the mouth is long and smooth, showing the maturity of the tannins.
Agriculture by CCPAE
Agriculture by Demeter