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Unico, Vega Sicilia, 2012 - Magnum

Unico, Vega Sicilia, 2012 - Magnum

Vega Sicilia | Ribera del Duero, Spain | 150cl
  • Red Still
  • Organic
  • Tinto Fino, Cabernet-Sauvignon
Regular price £642.00
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Vega Sicilia is the most significant wine producer in Spain, considered amongst the greatest in the world.

Their property is found 700 metres above sea level in the shallow Spanish part of the Duero River valley on the high remote plateau of Castilla y Leon. This unique climate delivers cold nights and hot days, allowing the grapes to become beautifully ripe and develop wonderful tannic structure, with a delightful backbone of acidity and therefore superb balance.

What the critics say:

97/100James Suckling

"I like the intensity to this, with dark tar and smoky notes followed by graphite, tobacco, bitter cacao and dark fruit. Powerful yet tight and compact, with firm and polished tannins. Structured and so long. Tasted from magnum. Try after 2023."

95/100Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate

"The 2012 Único from magnum showed less ripe tannins in the context of other vintages like 2014 or 2004, as the year was very warm and dry and the plants got blocked and the tannins didn't ripen perfectly. There is a little more alcohol, and it's powerful but will always have a bit of rusticity. 3,537 magnums were filled in June 2018."

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About Vega Sicilia

Vega Sicilia is unquestionably Spain's most iconic producer. The domaine is a whopping 700 meters above sea level in the shallow part of the Duero River Valley. The Unique climate of cold nights and hot days allows grapes to become perfectly ripe and develop a wonderful tannic structure, with a delightful backbone of acidity and therefore superb balance.

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