Bracamonte Roble

Bracamonte Roble

Grupo Yllera

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Tasting Notes

Attractive dark cherry-red color with blue purple tints. Powerful on the nose with ripe red berry fruit aromas (mulberries and red currants) together with subtle complex aromas coming from the oak (vanilla, spices and roasted coffee beans). Full bodied on the palate with a soft, velvety texture. A long finish with wild red berry fruit and vanilla flavors coming through at the end.

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About the Winery

Grupo Yllera

Grupo Yllera was founded in 1970 and is strategically located in Valladolid-- the most exclusive wine production areas of Spain where their most emblematic wineries exist. The story began with the production of white wine, Verdejo. The Yllera family were the pioneers in the area (with the launch of the legendary Cantosan) and founding members of the Control Board of the D.O. of Rueda, the first name created in Castilla y Leon.

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