Leda Viñas Viejas 2019, made by the Leda winery in Tudela de Duero in Valladolid, belonging to the wine group Masaveu Family WIneries, has achieved the Gold Medal at the CINVE Competition which took place in Cáceres Over 700 wines from different countries were represented in the 19th edition of this contest, of which 72, including Leda Viñas Viejas, obtained over 90 points and received the Gold Medal. The jury was formed by members from a range of profiles and backgrounds such as sommeliers, oenologists and specialist journalists.
Leda Viñas Viejas, an organic, multiterroir tempranillo wine
Leda Viñas Viejas 2019 is a wine that embodies the principles of Leda, the winery that the Masaveu family owns in Tudela de Duero, Valladolid. It is a multi-terroir wine, which comes from different plots that are made separately. The vineyards from which this wine comes are organic, are between 70 and 100 years old and are spread throughout the Duero Valley.
This 100% Tempranillo wine, Wine from the Land of Castilla y León, has been aged for 23 months in French, American and Spanish oak and offers a bright, deep cherry red hue with high intensity. It has aromas of red and black fruits, spices and toasted nuances, it is a complex wine and on the palate it is powerful, sweet, fruity and balanced. 11,607 bottles were produced in 0.75 litre format and 482 magnums.
Extraordinary multi-terroir wines
To speak about Leda, situated in Tudela de Duero (Valladolid), is to speak about extraordinary, unique wines that reflect sweetness and sensuality; about an attractive concept of a “multiterroir” winery that connects the personality of the tempranillo grape to the expression of organic vineyards selected from different areas of Castilla y León This winery was founded in 1998 by the prestigious oenologist Mariano García, linked to some of the most important wine projects in Spain, and the Masaveu family joined this project in 2009. Leda stands out due to its organic winemaking philosophy, making wines from different areas of Castilla y León, connected by the Duero River, with maximum respect for the vineyards.