Antídoto, simple but almost perfect

Red wine, 100% Tinto fino, Color Red pillory, surprising expression of ripe fruit on the nose, without over-ripening, with subtle wood aroma brings precision and clarity to the whole.
Palate generous in mouth, the wine maintains a fresh and silky balance, distinguished by the terroir of Soria, whose altitude softens the summer rigor.

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This wine arises with the idea of revaluing the wine heritage of eastern Ribera del Duero, of great historical interest and whose vineyard has just undergone transformation since its inception 2000 years ago. It made from old vines in height, it is a snapshot of the terroir of the area.

Made with old vineyards of Soria area of the Ribera del Duero located at 950 meters. Most working crop organically.Vineyards of between 80 to 100 years. Arenas with pebbles (50%), calcareous sands (20%) and clay (30%).
Cold microclimate within the continental climate of the Ribera del Duero. The vintage 2014 was climatically perfect with a dry but soft summer as temperatures and rain accurate day to hydrate the vineyard. The Performance was less than 30 hectoliters per hectare.

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Antidote is a young project, which began its work in 2009 but not until 2011, year in which obtained its first Antidote from vineyards managed in Soria, when consolidated. Its aim is to produce fine and unique wines in the eastern part of the Ribera del Duero. Indeed, the east of the Ribera del Duero consists of multiple and tiny plots of old vines.

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Bertrand Sourdais runs in Spain and Domain Antidote is, but also owns Domaine de Pallus in Chinon (France) and was co-creator and technical director Atauta Domain from 2000 until 2010.

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