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Bodega Numanthia Numanthia 2014 Bottle 750 ml

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Bodega Numanthia Numanthia 2014

Bottle - 75 cL

Bodega Numanthia Numanthia 2014

Bottle - 75 cL
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  • Product Details

    Toro – the Spanish word for “bull” is an apt description of this powerful, muscular wine. From the renowned Toro region, it is intense yet silky, complex yet fruity. With the tinta de toro grapes afforded ample sunlight, Bodega Numanthia winemakers were able to craft a wine with fresh aromas, round tannins and balanced acidity.
  • How to enjoy

    • Service temperature - 59-65°F
    • When to drink - From now to 2034+
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (50-59°F), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Health warning - Contains sulfites
    • Alcohol by volume - 15%
  • Blend and Origin

    Bodega Numanthia Numanthia 2014

    The 100% tinta de toro grapes in this wine were grown on older vines in Valdefinjas, Morales de Toro, Toro and Venialbo. Rainfall in April and May, followed by a mild summer, gave the grapes ample time to ripen, while warm conditions in August encouraged complex aromas and mild, ripe tannins to develop. Aging in French oak for 18 months imparted body and depth.


Power and persistence

Food pairing:
Pair with Spanish specialties

Starter

Grilled octopus, served with a spicy mayonnaise, is an excellent match.

Main

Roasted suckling pig, cooked in the style of the Spanish town of Arévalo, will complement the power in this tinta de toro. Or serve a hearty pork and chickpea stew slowly cooked the Castilian way.

Food pairing:
Pair with Spanish specialties

Starter

Grilled octopus, served with a spicy mayonnaise, is an excellent match.

Main

Roasted suckling pig, cooked in the style of the Spanish town of Arévalo, will complement the power in this tinta de toro. Or serve a hearty pork and chickpea stew slowly cooked the Castilian way.