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The 2003 Emina Prestigio comes from 100% Tempranillo aged 18 months in New French oak. The wine is a saturated purple colour and exhibits some spice, soy, and almost exotic wild blueberry and blackberry aromas. There is a supple mouth-feel and generous blueberry, blackberry and cherry fruit flavours with enough ripe tannins to ensure good longevity. The wine has a vibrant feel on the palate and there is plenty of ripe tannin to support several more years of aging.
Independently Ranked by price as the "Worlds Best" Ribera del Duero produced in 2003.
91 points – The Wine Spectator
This modern red is balanced and nicely focused, with ripe black cherry and blackberry fruit framed by well-integrated tannins and accented with just enough toasty oak. Floral and spicy notes linger on the finish.
1st Prize in the Prestigious Envero Contest,
Spanish Wine Competition
Best served alongside all manner of Tapas, salami's, pink roast leg of lamb with redcurrant sauce, certainly lamb cutlets and it might well work with charry ribs of beef, or beef with olives, any meaty casserole and different soft cheese's and of course manchego Cheese.
Bodegas Emina is an exciting new development of the Matarromera Group, reviewed in 2006 as one of the top 100 wineries of the world. The newly built winery, is truly “state of the art”, in fact, during all my travels around the world, never have I seen such superb wine making facilities. Their policy is to make wines of a world class standard, as commitment to this policy, they did not make any wine in 2004, they felt the base product was not up to their demanding standards. The company is leading the way forward in many aspects of wine production, not only in wine production, but also in cosmetics, produced from the left over material, skins, seeds etc. Through a massive research programme they have developed new polyphenols which act on skin with some 30% more anti-oxidant power that deter cells from aging.
Soil: Clear soil, sandy, clay
Age of vines: 30 years
Grape Harvest: hand-picked
Barrel type: French oak half roasted.
Malolactic Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks
Aging: 16 months in barrel and 8 months in bottle