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Bodegas Triton, 2014 Tinto de Toro

"A more substantial and intense wine is the 2014 Triton Tinta de Toro. This is from a fabulous appellation in Spain, which deserves more and more attention for the high-quality wines emerging from there. Yields were 0.81 tons of fruit per acre from the sandy, alluvial, gravel soils. The wine was aged in one- to three-year-old Burgundy and Bordeaux barrels for six months prior to bottling. This is beautiful and a great value from Ordoñez. It is a dense ruby/purple with a sweet kiss of crème de cassis, roasted meats, steak tartare, and a touch of licorice and underbrush. The soft tannins and fleshy, medium to full-bodied mouthfeel offer substantial flavor and intensity for this price-point. Drink it over the next 3-4 years."
–November 2015, Robert Parker, Jr

Bodegas Triton, 2014 Tinto de Toro

Bodegas Triton, 2014 Tinto de Toro

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2014 Tinto de Toro
Bodegas Triton

Region of Origin: D.O. Toro

Grape Varietal: 100% Tinta de Toro One of Spain’s oldest Tempranillo clones that is native to Toro. The grapes come from 10.5 Ha. (25.95acres) of vineyards located in the town of Morales deToro, at 800m (2,400 ft.) above sea level. One plot is 6.5Ha. (16.06 acres) and was planted in 1963, the other is 4Ha. (9.88 acres) and was planted in 1956. All vineyards were planted in the vaso system. Average yields are approximately 2 tons/Ha. (0.81 tons/acre).

Soil: The soil is very sandy and is intermixed with alluvial gravel. Six to nine feet below the surface, there is a red clay subsoil, which acts as a reservoir of moisture, which is crucial in this arid region.

Fermentation: Triton Tinta de Toro is fermented in stainless steel. After fermentation, it is transferred to primarily one to three wine old Burgundy and Bordeaux barrels for malolactic fermentation. It is then aged for 6 months.

Production: 1,000 cases

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