Monte La Reina – a Modern and Young Winery located in Ribera Del Duero
Monte La Reina is a modern and young winery in the Ribera Del Duero region. Jesus Juarez built the winery with imspiration from the surrounding natural landscape. Monte La Reina Winery is constructed from noble materials and by integrating the design into its natural surroundings. The natural beauty of the landscape of the Monte La Reina is immense and seems like a paradise. The winery is half-buried in the hill so that there is an optimum temperature in the winery.
Monte La Reina Winery is half-buried into the hillside so that an optimum temperature is maintained in the winery.
French Oak Barrels for Long Duration Aging
Monte La Reina Winery uses old, French oak barrels for their wines. The wines are kept in barrel for long durations at high humidity and moderate temperature. Monte Le Reina boasts a particular fermentation room with exclusive temperature and moisture to favor the aging process in the barrels.
Two Hundred Hectares of Traditional Tinta de Toro Grapevines
The region has appropriate climatic conditions for vine cultivation with continental influences, warm summers and cold winters. The temperature changes significantly from the day to the night. There is also a moderately high altitude at Monte La Reina, which results in excellent grapes with an intense aroms and structure. Monte La Reina owns around two hundred hectares of the traditional Tinta de Toro grapes and one hundred hectares of Verdejo grapes. Tinta de Toro is another name for Tempranillo that has been most common in the region.
Typically, the grapes at Monte La Reina Winery are harvested at the end of September. High-quality grapes are separated and sent to the wineries for fermentation in stainless steel tanks at an optimum temperature. This helps in giving a unique flavor and aroma to the wines. This process leads to the production of the famous red, white, and sparkling wines of the Monte La Reina Winery.