Apricus Sensus 2011, red wine made with Tempranillo grapes 100% and Designation of Origin "Ribera del Duero". 90 points Peñín guide 2014.
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Apricus Sensus 2011, red wine made with Tempranillo grapes 100% and Designation of Origin "Ribera del Duero". From the exclusive wineries "Briones Baniandres" near of Burgos. The King of wines from one of the most precious and exclusive wineries from Ribera del Duero, a wine that defines the name and elevates the elite of world wines.
Sommelier recommendation: Red meat, game, appetizers, cured ham, stews, cooked dish.
Tasting note: Intense deep purple. Purplish rims, almost fruity with a fine depth. The nose has mature notes of black fruits, blackberries and blueberries, wrapped in coffee, liquorice, toffee and balsamic and chocolaty undertones. In the mouth it is full-bodied, structured, fleshy, oily and fresh. High fruit concentration, black plums in liqueur. Hints of sweet candied fruit, chocolate and liquorice. A creamy, enveloping sensation, with a long and persistent balsamic final.
90 POINTS GOURMETS GUIDE 2015
|Winery||Briones Baniandrés winery|
|Grape Type||Tempranillo wine|
|Wine type||Red wine|
|Designation of Origin||DO Ribera del Duero|
|Gourmets guide score||90|
|Bottle||Glass Bottle 75cl|
|Recommended temperature to serve||16 - 18 ºC|
|Alcoholic graduation||13,5% Vol|