The Finca Resalso by Emilio Moro is the pure Tempranillo that takes its name from a historic vineyard from 1932, the year of Emilio Moro’s birth.
Considered the most representative wine of the family tradition, after arriving in the cellar, the grapes macerate for 12 days while after fermentation the malolactic fermentation is started for 30 days in steel containers. The wine is then aged in steel containers.
Ruby red color with purple reflections, it is an immediate and direct wine that reveals its spontaneity to the nose with hints of black fruits such as blueberry, currant and cassis. With a good structure, it has soft tannins and balanced acidity for a finish of medium persistence.
Very interesting wine for aperitifs based on cheeses, cured meats and croutons, it goes well with risotto with mushrooms and sausages or pasta with pumpkin.
Harvest after harvest, Emilio Moro has found his own and precise identity in the production of the traditional reds of Ribera del Duero, with a modern touch. These wines are full of colour, highly expressive, virile and eager to live. They rely on the caste and nobility of the family clone Tinto Fino, the strength of the terroir, the selection of wood and a well-interpreted modern oenology. The younger red wines have a good body, without lacking in flavour and balance. The game between time and wood suggests more complex wines, more penetrating, and at the same time more velvety. This is particularly portrayed in their single-vineyard wines.