Seattle, did you know every Wednesday, with out fail, we have $10.00 off a bottle of wine?
For months, our chef Malcolm, has been begging for a Ribera Del Duero (say that fast 3 times!). We now have two. What’s so special about the Ribera Del Duero?
Spain holds 11 “quality wine regions”. The Ribera Del Duero (included in one of the 11 quality regions) is located in the northern plateau and rests along the Duero river – a beast of a water way that boasts incredible history. From, housing Spanish Nobility when the Moors still ruled southern Spain to evidence of a Roman presence and influences of wine production and drinking. Napoleon and his troops fought and failed on these fields during the war of Independence and El Cid fought for Spain’s unification along the river banks.
There is nothing boring about the Ribera Del Duero. Including our new wines.
Valdecampana Crianza, 2005, Tempranillo: well balanced combination with notes from oak barrels (a year in the barrel, a year in the bottle).