HISTORY

HISTORY

PHILOSOPHY

PHILOSOPHY

WINES

WINES

VINEYARDS

VINEYARDS

TEAM

TEAM

The Purity of Terroir

THE ESSENCE OF OUR WINES

For us there is one thing that comes first when it comes to making a wine. In our case it is the grape, and this comes from the terroir, which is why we attach so much importance to the purity of the terroir.

At Bodegas Tamaral we make 100% of our production with Tempranillo grapes, from different plots and conditions. Our aim is to see how different factors affect the same grape, the type of soil, the type of vine, the type of climate, the altitude, etc. That is why we determine in detail the plots from which we obtain the grapes for each of the wines. For example, the grapes used to make Tamaral Crianza are not the same as those used to make Tamaral Finca La Mira, as they come from different vineyards and plots. Without going into the method of elaboration of each of the wines.

Next, we will tell you more about each of our wines, as well as those we make in other regions, their possible pairings and their tasting notes.

 

Tamaral Verdejo

Variety and vineyards

100% Verdejo. Harvested mechanically at night.

From vineyards located in Nava del Rey, Nava del Rey, Rueda at an altitude of 700 metres. With limestone and stony soils.

Vinification and Ageing

Maceration for 4 to 5 hours at 9-10ºC. Afterwards, we make a pressed lager in an inert atmosphere to pass to a controlled fermentation at 13ºC.

Tasting notes and food pairing

In the visual phase, we find a wine with a straw yellow colour with greenish nuances that show its youth. The wine is clean and bright. Intense and expressive on the nose with floral aromas, stone fruits (apricot), tropical fruits (mango and papaya) and notes of forest herbs.

The palate is rich in volume and well-structured with a touch of bitterness and balanced acidity.

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Tamaral ROSADO

Variety and vineyards

100% Tempranillo.

From our own vineyards located in Pesquera de Duero at an altitude of 900 metres above sea level.

Vinification and Ageing

Elegant and sensual rosé with a pale, bright pink colour. Very aromatic on the nose, delicate and suggestive, with notes of ripe fruit, red fruits and strawberry. On the palate it is unctuous, with ample volume, sweet, fresh and with a long aftertaste.

Creams and rice dishes, seafood, fish and Asian food.

Tasting notes and food pairing

In the visual phase, we find a wine with a straw yellow colour with greenish nuances that show its youth. The wine is clean and bright. Intense and expressive on the nose with floral aromas, stone fruits (apricot), tropical fruits (mango and papaya) and notes of forest herbs.

The palate is rich in volume and well-structured with a touch of bitterness and balanced acidity.

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Tamaral Roble

Variety and vineyards

100% Tempranillo

From our vineyards located in Padilla de Duero and Pesquera de Duero. With limited yields.

Vinification and Ageing

Maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC.

4 months in American oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

In the visual phase it shows a cherry red colour with purple edges. It offers diverse aromas of forest fruits (raspberries and cherries) as well as plums, very well integrated with the spicy notes of the wood. It has a complex palate with good acidity. Its medium body makes it ideal for any occasion.

Pasta and rice dishes, oily fish, chicken, sausages, grilled meats, beef, lamb, pork, semi-cured cheeses.

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Tamaral Crianza

Variety and vineyards

From our vineyards located in Pesquera de Duero at an altitude of over 900 metres above sea level. Stony and chalky soil with controlled yields.

Vinification and Ageing

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26º C.

14 months in French and American oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

In the visual phase, it exhibits an attractive ruby red colour with a medium-high robe. Intense on the nose with good complexity, aromas of red fruits (redcurrants), liquorice and other spicy notes that announce its time in oak barrels. On the palate it is unctuous, powerful yet elegant, with pleasant, ripe tannins and a long finish.

Roasted and grilled meats, vegetables, legume dishes.

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Tamaral Reserva

Variety and vineyards

From old vines located in Pesquera de Duero. Controlled yields.

Vinification and Ageing

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC.

24 months in French and American oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

A wine with great personality. Intense cherry red colour with cardinal rim. Great aromatic complexity, highlighting the very ripe black fruit (blackberries), notes of prunes, all of them well integrated with the fine spicy notes (clove and cinnamon) and cocoa from its time in French oak barrels. Silky, delicate and intense in the mouth, with a persistent and elegant finish.

Smoked meats and fish, red meats, truffle dishes, cured cheeses.

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Tamaral Gran Reserva

Variety and vineyards

From old vines (45 to 100 years old) located at an altitude of over 900 metres in Pesquera de Duero. Controlled yields.

Vinification and Ageing

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC.

24 months in French (60%) and American (40%) oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

A wine with great character and surprising youth despite its long ageing. Intense cherry red colour with garnet rim. Great complexity of aromas on which stand out red fruit jam, prunes, well combined with the fine notes of spices from the barrel (clove and allspice). Silky and intense in the mouth, with a persistent and elegant finish.

Roast meats, red meats, lamb, pork or beef, truffle dishes, cured cheeses, stews and casseroles.

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Finca la mira

Variety and vineyards

100% Tempranillo.

From centenary vines located at an altitude of over 900 metres above sea level in Pesquera de Duero, with a controlled yield. The soils are very poor and on hillsides.

Vinification and Ageing

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC. Maceration for 3-4 weeks, with several pumping-overs per day.

Aged for 14 months in new French oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

This wine, which is only produced in exceptional years, has great structure, complexity and great concentration. It has an intense cherry red colour. On the nose we can find a multitude of complex aromas such as infusion of black fruits, cocoa and spices. In the mouth it is harmonious, powerful and with a long and persistent finish.

Roasted meats, vegetables, fabada, chorizo, Iberian ham, seafood.

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Finca Velia

Variety and vineyards

Old vines (45 to 100 years old) located at an altitude of over 900 metres in Pesquera de Duero. Controlled yields.

Vinification and Ageing

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC. Maceration for 3-4 weeks, with several daily pumping-overs.

Tasting notes and food pairing

Impeccable cherry red colour with ruby red edges, demonstrating its freshness. A river of primary aromas, with very ripe fruit, blackberries, raspberries, liquorice. The noble woods used in its ageing provide greater complexity to its already exuberant aroma. The aromas of cinnamon, vanilla and other spices blend with the prevailing fruit aromas. Round in the mouth, unctuous and ample, with noble tannins from the skins, overflowing with elegance, without edges, full-bodied, and without losing a hint of fruit and youth.

Roast meats, game, grilled vegetables, legumes, Iberian cured pork.

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Finca Padilla

Variety and vineyards

From old vineyards between 45 and 100 years old (Padilla de Duero). Located at an altitude of over 800 metres above sea level, with a limited yield.

Vinification and Ageing

Harvested by hand with fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 26ºC. Maceration for 3-4 weeks, with several daily pumping-overs.

Ageing in French and American oak barrels.

Tasting notes and food pairing

It has a deep cherry red colour with violet iridescence. The nose is very expressive and complex, with aromas of fresh red fruits, marzipan and toasted touches.
On the palate this wine shows traces of youth and freshness, combined with barrel ageing, with a pleasant body and great elegance.

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La carmina

Variety and vineyards

100% Albariño.

Sourced from vineyards in Arbo, in the extreme northwest of Spain (Rías Baixas). Located at an altitude of more than 950 metres above sea level, with a limited yield of 3,500 kg/hectare. Condado de Tea subzone.

Vinification and Ageing

A cold pre-fermentative maceration was carried out in the press itself, after passing the grapes through a heat exchanger to reduce the temperature (below 8ºC), they were left to macerate for a few hours to extract aromas and then pressed directly. After racking for racking the day after maceration, the wine is fermented at 10-12ºC for at least two weeks.

Tasting notes and food pairing

Bright straw yellow. Clean and with good intensity of tropical fruits (pineapple and passion fruit), citrus and hints of mint. Tasty, fruity and fresh on the palate, with good balance and a dry finish. It has a clean retronasal finish that once again evokes the aromas of fruit and herbs.

Rice dishes and paellas, especially seafood or vegetables, tempuras, gyozas or tatakis.

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