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Bodega Numanthia Termes 2014

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Bodega Numanthia Termes 2014

Bottle - 750 mL

Bodega Numanthia Termes 2014

Bottle - 750 mL
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  • Product Details

     

    From Spain’s now-renowned Toro region comes Termes 2014, Bodega Numanthia’s youngest wine. Intensely fruity, it is a wonderful way to discover tinta de toro, a cousin of the much-loved tempranillo.

    Chosen for their roundness and vibrancy, the fruits for Termes are selected from younger vines, with the wine aged for 14 months in French oak to develop a pleasing complexity.
  • How to enjoy

    • Service temperature - 14-16°C
    • When to drink - From now to 2023
    • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (50-59°F), dark place, and away from vibrations
    • Additional information - Contains Sulfites
    • Alcohol by volume - 15%
  • Blend and Origin

    Bodega Numanthia Termes 2014


    The tinta de toro grapes in Termes are grown at 2,300 feet in Valdefinjas, Morales de Toro, Toro and Venialbo, on the estate's younger vines between 30 and 50 years old. A wet spring and mild summer in 2014 led to a slow ripening season and later harvest. Fermented in stainless steel and aged in French oak for 14 months, the wine was aged a further nine months in the bottle.


The perfect introduction to Toro

Food pairing:
Pair with roasted or grilled meat

Appetizer

A classic Spanish charcuterie board with Iberico or Serrano ham will complement the flavors in this tinta de toro.

Entrée​

For your main course, serve a lightly smoky lamb roast, or simply seared beef tenderloin with sautéed greens, a match that will let the wine shine.

Food pairing:
Pair with roasted or grilled meat

Appetizer

A classic Spanish charcuterie board with Iberico or Serrano ham will complement the flavors in this tinta de toro.

Entrée​

For your main course, serve a lightly smoky lamb roast, or simply seared beef tenderloin with sautéed greens, a match that will let the wine shine.