VIÑA CIMBRÓN VERDEJO FERMENTADO EN BARRICA
- Exhibitor: BODEGAS FÉLIX SANZ, S.L.
- Brand name: VIÑA CIMBRÓN
- Sector: VINOS CON D.O.
100 % VERDEJO DO RUEDA
Fermentation and ageing in American and French oak barrels for 10 months.
Green coloured with golden reflections and intense tear.
On nose, fruity peach overtones and fruit jam perfectly blended with oak.
Spicy, vanilla hints, roasted nuts and dairy.
Unctuous, balancd on mouth and very spicy in the finish.
Long, suggestive and evocative finish.
We are a small-medium sized cellar based in Rueda (Valladolid) under the umbrella of the Denominación de Origen Rueda, known for its fine white wines produced from Verdejo grapes. We have a production of around 400k bottles and mainly focused on Verdejo and Sauvignon Blanc, the key grapes in the area. Our production is based on our 30has of vineyard, what we have is what we produce. We have been established in the market since 1934, being one of the first cellars joining the D.O Rueda when established in 1980, owning and being up for visiting one of the few old cellars that remain from XV century in Rueda and a small hotel where we offer the possibility to have a real experience for wine lovers. Our key brand is Viña Cimbrón (the brand comes after the name of our vineyard: it means in Spanish small slope) and we produce as well wines from Ribera del Duero under the Montenegro brand (Roble, Crianza and Reserva) made from Tempranillo grapes. With our range of wines, we try to look out for synergies in order to please the demand of those who look for completely different kind of wines, going our range from neat and fresh whites to red reserva´s with the right ageing and a lot of personality.
- Address: Ronda Aradillas, S/N
- Town: Rueda
- Postcode: 47490
- County: Valladolid
- Region: CASTILLA Y LEÓN
- Country: España
- Phone number: +34 983 868 044
- E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: http://www.bodegasfelixsanz.es
- Facebook: email@example.com
- Twitter: CIMBRON@FelixSanzBodega
- Pavilion: 8
- Stand: 8B52