So said Emilio Moro, founder of the estate. Three generations later this belief is still upheld by José and Javier Moro. Based in the world famous village of Pesquera de Duero in the heart of Ribera del Duero the brothers believe that their wine has a life of its own and with each vintage a part of them is immortalized in it. “It evokes the land where it comes from”. Eschewing traditional notions of classification like crianza and reserva, the family were eager create wines with personality and individuality. Expressions true to their vineyards and their family’s heritage. Creating reds from their cherished Tinto Fino, a prized clone of Tempranillo, and more recently crafting Godello wines from Bierzo - vibrant whites that are as exciting and lively as their labels suggest.
Fermented in stainless steel and aged on the lees.
Straw yellow in colour with floral and expressive white fruit notes on the nose which follow through to the well balanced, fresh but persistent flavours, and lovely well balanced acidity typical of the variety.
The acidity in this wine works well with a simple salad, fish and sea food.
El Bierzo, Spain
Bodegas Emilio Moro