Pittacum Aurea 2010, with designation of origin "El Bierzo", is a "De Autor" Special Wine from Terras Gauda Wineries. One of the best wines made of Mencía grapes at El Bierzo, the North of Spain.
Note: Decanting is recommended. Cellaring/aging potential: This wine should be drunk young. Consumption potential four to five years.
Sommelier recommendation: Red meat, especially lamb chops, cheese and charcuterie.
Tasting note: A fine wine with a complex bouquet and an attractive aroma, fruity and spicy with a mixed mineral background. Pittacum Aurea is expressive and pleasant in the mouth. Balanced with wood, and always respecting the variety and harmony of the wine.
91 POINTS GOURMETS GUIDE 2015 (SPAIN)
89 PARKER POINTS (USA)
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Pittacum is one of the best examples of the good work that wineries from El Bierzo have been doing the last years.
|Grape type||Mencía wine|
|Wine type||Red wine|
|Designation of Origin||DO El Bierzo|
|Gourmets guide score||91|
|Robert Parker Score||89|
|Consideration||Remarkably high wine|
|Bottle||Glass bottle 75cl|
|Recommended temperature to serve||16 - 18 ºC|
|Alcoholic graduation||13% Vol|
|Wine class||Signature wine|