Castillo La Paz Tempranillo 75cl


£13£8.66 per 75cl
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Grown in Don Quixote's homeland, the old vines from Castillo La Paz thrive in red-brown sandy clay, rich in limestone and chalk. The clean and dry atmosphere creates optimum growing conditions for these ancient vines to produce wine of deep colour with concentrated berry flavours. A superb example of Tempranillo at its best.
Wine of Spain, International Wine & Spirit Competition IWSC Bronze 2018 - Judges' Score: 75-79.9, 2018 Decanter World Wine Awards - Bronze
Country of Origin

Allergen Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Allergy Information
Contains Sulphites
Dietary Information
Suitable for Vegetarians; Suitable for Vegans
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Grape Variety
Tasting Notes
This deeply coloured wine is made from old vines which are around 40 years old. With concentrated aromas of rich berries and lifted soft strawberries on the palate, it is the embodiment of Tempranillo
Cooperativa Nuestra Señora de La Paz is located near Toledo, Spain. It is a cooperative since 1965 and has 700 members, currently owns 6.000 ha of vineyards. This cellar uses cutting-edge technology to make wines and the production reaches up to 25 million litres per year. Stainless steel tanks, controlled-fermentation equipment, pneumatic presses and an ageing capacity of 3,000 oak barrels
Regional Information
La Mancha is an elevated plateau in central Spain, renowned for its hot climate. Previously under the radar, it is now making rapid advances with the use of modern winemaking techniques whilst keeping true to its traditional roots. This is a very exciting region to keep an eye on, as it produces particularly rich and flavoursome wines
Current Vintage
Vinification Details
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures with frequent pumping over of the must through the solids. Following racking and pressing the varietal is stored in small concrete vats. The wine is partially aged in French and American oak casks. History - Cooperativa Nuestra Señora de La Paz is located near Toledo, Spain. It has been a cooperative since 1965 and has 700 members, currently owning 6,000 ha of vineyards. The cellar uses cutting-edge technology to make wines with production reaching up to 25 million litres per year. Stainless steel tanks, temperature controlled-fermentation equipment, pneumatic presses and an ageing capacity of 3,000l oak barrels
Cooperativa Nuestra Señora de La Paz
Inmaculada Perez
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24 February 2024 by 

I did let it breathe still undrinkable. Perhaps a bad batch. May be OK for cooking.

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22 February 2024 by 
needs to breathe

This wine just needs to breathe - but Im grateful for the bad reviews with metallic taste etc as maybe thats why we get some good offers on this

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28 January 2024 by 
A steal on offer

Vintage was 2020 .. maybe I got a good bottle but it did not disappoint. If youre looking for a substitute for Rioja without the oak this is a decent bet . Very easy drinking and what I would suggest as a good house red.

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13 January 2024 by 
Good wine

Bought on special offer and not disappointed

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08 December 2023 by 
Ooh La La!

A very pleasant experience - medium bodied, smooth and delicious . . . with or without food!

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26 November 2023 by 
Nice easy drinker

I thought that I would give this a go as a result of the Black Friday offer and was pleasantly surprised. A nice juicy wine, not particularly complex, but enjoyable and very good at the offer price.

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