Monday, 17 June 2013

Neal Martin gives 92 Points to the Vina Pedrosa Crianza 2010

Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascua has just released the new vintage of its Vina Pedrosa Crianza - the 2010 vintage - that has been rated as "Excellent" by the Consejo Regulador of Ribera del Duero and has received very good press and great scores from both national and international critics.

In particular Neal Martin from erobertparker.com has given this wine 92 points, the highest score of all Crianza wines of the Ribera del Duero this year:

"The 2010 Vina Pedrosa Crianza is raised in French and American oak for 18 months (six months in new, one and two year-old) and comes from 20- to 25-year-old vines. The bouquet is a little reticent at first, demanding some coaxing and only reluctantly offering brambly blackberry mingling with raspberry leaf and a touch of bergamot. The palate is medium-bodied, understated at first, but very well-balanced. It has commendable tension and vitality, the prudent oak paying off with a very fresh, uncomplicated, edgy finish that says, “Take another sip.” And you will. This is a great Crianza. Drink 2013-2018. " 92 Points, Neal Martin

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