Emilio Moro Winery, Pesquera de Duero

(3.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visit guide very nice and interesting with our guide and winemaker, Elena. Very funny tasting and food (since it hired tour with lunch at the winery) a success! The extraordinary products and accompanying fortified wine of the winery was all a gastronomic delight!
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  • We are a few lovers of the wine of the region and especially of this Winery so long wanted to visit it. We reserve the gastronomic visit, which culminates with a lunch of lamb and wine tasting. The excellent wines. We found a couple of them that we had to then take home from his small shop. The food very well, abundant and rich, sausages and asparagus, first of Castilian and main lamb Soup starters. Exquisite all. The visit very enjoyable but hoped to see more than the process of manufacturing. We recommend it.
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  • Winery name, solera and excellent wines. We chose the option to visit with wine tasting and lunch included, and it was truly worth it. Could taste their best wines (Malleolus, Emilio Moro and Hito), and the lunch based products local very good and of much quality (asparagus white, stew, salad and lamb) to the height of any restaurant open to the public. The looser of the entire experience was the short visit, and directed by a guy who was based more on making jokes and joke that to explain the process of wine production.
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  • We hire the visit of wine and tapas and did not disappoint us, entertaining and interesting visit with tasting of three wines more dishes of tapas, sausage and potato omelette, highly recommended, should be specific with respect to the rest of the visit
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  • This afternoon we have attended several friends see the winery and the truth is that we have disappointed. Then expose the points most prominent that believe that they need to improve:-in full road guide tries to explain the equipment technology of the Winery as Hopper, Destemmed etc and tells us that we try to see it behind a wall of more than two meters. -information relating to the number of bottles a year differs to which it is exposed in web page in more than double production. -throughout the visit does not stand to which we can interact with the Guide, and can explain our concerns and questions that arise in the visit. -from our point of view, we believe that it confuses terms of viticulture such as tannin and bloom. -tasting there is no organoleptic, just information explains how to suck in air through your mouth to know the aftertaste of wine. In general it seems to us a very poor visit for those interested in the wine world. I hope that this has been timely and change for good. The wines are very good.
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  • A winery that is not massive, modern but with family history and great wines under his belt. A luxury within reach of any fan who wants to know more in detail these wines, the different terrains that give them their personality and the importance in making. Very nice, will return.
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  • Winery where innovation and modernity go hand in hand with quality. One of its current owners, José Moro, shows with its frenetic activity to position the wines of the winery in the world. His specialty young wines, who look for aged wines like gran reserva this is not your wine cellar. Thanks you for visiting the absence of videos and the availability of a guide who can perform all sorts of questions. Know the Ribera del Duero is to visit wineries with a passion for their work, like this. Currently they take to market one million two hundred thousand bottles per year.
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  • Excellent visit. They explained everything very carefully and helped us understand the wine in the tasting.
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