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Corimbo I 2012

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€36.95

Corimbo I 2012

Characteristics

  • Crianza. 16 Months in French and American oak barrels
  • Bottle size:
  • 75 cl
  • Percentage of Alcohol:
  • 14.5

Score

P 92/92+
Parker Score 92/92+
ñ 94
Peñín Score 94
93
Enterwine Score 93
93
Media rating 93

Availability: In stock

€36.95
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Details

This is the new vintage of a Spanish red wine that has rapidly become one of the stars of the new Ribera del Duero. Corimbo I is crafted by Bodegas La Horra, a winery belonging to Bodegas Roda, based in La Rioja.

This Crianza red wine is born in an exceptional terroir. It is made from over 40-year-old Tinta del País grapevines grown at an altitude over 800 metres above sea level in the towns of Roa and La Horra, Burgos.

The meticulous harvest was followed by a pre-fermentation maceration. The following alcoholic fermentation took place in wooden vats. Later, the wine was transferred into wooden barrels to complete malolactic fermentation. This red wine from Ribera del Duero was then aged for 16 months in 80% French and 20% American oak barrels. Then the wine was aged for a further 6 months in oak vats, and finally it was stabilized and clarified with egg whites. Finally, it was aged for some years in the bottle before its release.

Decant Corimbo I 2012 1 hour before drinking. Drink until 2026.

49,800 bottles produced.

Additional Information

Appearance

The red wine Corimbo I has a dark, high cherry robe with purple tinges and a garnet hue on the rim.

Nose
Characteristic and extremely elegant, this varietal Tinta del País (Tempranillo) suggests aromas of ripe black fruit and hints of black currant liqueur which slowly evolve into chocolate, Havanna cigars, oak and spices. The mineral undertones are more conspicuous and livelier than in previous vintages, nuanced by a clear note of undergrowth.   
Palate

Full-blown, balanced and meaty, this Corimbo I by Bodegas La Horra has some grippy tannins and a taut acidity that promises a long life ahead. The palate is quite complex and stratified, with notes of chocolate and black fruit along with hints of cedar, incense and fine leather. Some background flavours of herbs and dry undergrowth. Great length and earthy, mineral aftertaste.

Our personal opinion

Like its younger, more accessible brother Corimbo-another outstanding wine from Ribera del Duero-Corimbo I 12 will improve considerably in the bottle, and it may become one of the jewels of your cellar.

OTHER VINTAGES

Corimbo I 2011:

Enterwine 93. Parker 92.

Corimbo I 2010:

Enterwine 93. Peñín 94.

Corimbo I 2009:

First Vintage. Peñín 93.

Year 2012
Type Red
D.O. Ribera del Duero
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 16-18º
Should this wine be decanted? 40-60 minutes before serving
Does this wine follow the guidelines of biodynamic Farming? No
Organic No
Is this product free of sulfites? No
Ageing Crianza
Type of ageing Months in French and American oak barrels
Number of months aged in Barrels 16
Parker Score 92/92+
Peñin Score 94
Our Score 93
Media rating 93
Other guides No
Name of Award No
Mono-Varietal Tinta del País
Percentage of variety No
Pairings Birds, Cooked foods, Cured cheeses, Game animals, Grilled red meats, Mushrooms, Red meat with gravy, Roasted lamb, Roasted lamb ribs, Roasted red meats, Sheep´s cheese, Specialty Spanish prosciutto
Taste Complex and Elegant, Tasty with barrel notes, Very intense and inky
Occasion A special occasion, Because you deserve it, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, To bring to an engagement
  1. 5 stars review by Red lodge on 2/19/2019
    Value

    A superb wine. Control, definition and focus, already showing a promising complexity. Very honest and masterly crafted.

  2. º review by Day in Paradise on 1/30/2018
    Value

    A suaaaave wine this is. The soft tannins caress your tongue, and the wine feels very pure and alive.

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