GOYO GARCIA VIADERO
2012 Cobero Rouge: From a rocky outcrop of broken slate in the mountains of Cantabria just west of Bilbao this wine is a blend of Mencia 70% and Palamino 30%. The vineyards sit at about 700 m above sea level. Made in the same way as the wines from Ribera del Duero the influence of the Atlantic is noticeable in these wines.
2010 Valdeolmos: This wine comes from 2 old limestone vineyards (80 plus years) very close to each other and planted with tinto fino (Tempranillo) and Abillo. The grapes are picked early to retain natural acidity and co fermented then rasied in old fine grained French barriques.
2010 Vinas de Arcilla: From a single northeast-facing vineyard planted on Sandy Clay soils at 810 meters in elevation. The vineyard age is 50-60 years old. This is the only vineyard that Goyo works that is 100% Tinto Fino
2013 Garcia Semova: From a little known DO Arlanza this wine again comes from 80 plus year old vines. 25% Abillo and 75% Tinto Fino the wine is made in the same way as the others with a higher level of Abillo making the wine more approachable at a early age. A limestone based vineyard leads to a light and and aromatic wine with very fine tannins
• Founded: 2003
• Region: Castilla y Leon
• Appellation: Ribera del Duero
• Village: Gumiel del Mercado
• Elevation: 11000m
• Climate: Continental
• Soils: Clay, Limestone
• Vineyard Land: 2Ha
• Farming: Organic
• Grower: Goyo Garcia