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Bodega Numanthia Wine Termanthia 2011 Bottle 75 cL

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Bodega Numanthia Termanthia 2011

Bottle - 750 mL

Bodega Numanthia Termanthia 2011

Bottle - 750 mL
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  • Product Details

    The tinta de toro grapes in this bottle of Termanthia come from an ancient single vineyard with grapes of great character and concentration, creating a dark and striking wine – a true Spanish icon. To extract the very best from these vines, some more than 120 years old, delicate and time-consuming techniques such as hand destemming, one-by-one grape selection and crushing by foot are used.
  • How to enjoy

    • The perfect serve - Decant Termanthia three to four hours before serving to experience the wine’s precise flavors at their peak.
    • Service temperature - 59-65°F
    • When to drink - From now to 2031
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (50-59°F), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Closure - Cork
    • Additional information - Contains sulfites
    • Alcohol by volume - 15.0%
  • Blend and Origin

    Bodega Numanthia Termanthia 2011

    Termanthia is made from 100% tinta de toro from low-yielding vines grown at an altitude of 2600 feet in the Teso de los Carriles vineyard in Argujillo, where the deep and rocky soils and extreme conditions produce grapes of exceptional concentration. An excellent 2011 harvest resulted in this vivacious wine, which was 200% French oak aged – put through new barrels twice.


The Treasure of Toro

Food pairing:
A wine to pair with rich, dark meats and flavors

Starter

Begin with a small portion of goose breast with raisin sauce.

Main

Try a hearty beef bourguignon or rack of lamb with an herb crust.

Dessert

Toasted bread with bitter chocolate, olive oil, sea salt and Jamaican pepper is a challenging but rewarding match. Use 70% cocoa chocolate to complement the wine’s dark flavors.

Food pairing:
A wine to pair with rich, dark meats and flavors

Starter

Begin with a small portion of goose breast with raisin sauce.

Main

Try a hearty beef bourguignon or rack of lamb with an herb crust.

Dessert

Toasted bread with bitter chocolate, olive oil, sea salt and Jamaican pepper is a challenging but rewarding match. Use 70% cocoa chocolate to complement the wine’s dark flavors.