We've excerpted what Luis Gutiérrez has written about Jorge Monzón of Dominio del Águila in Wine Advocate #229 not only because his wines are some relatively new additions to our portfolio, but also because we feel Jorge is charting a new direction for Ribera del Duero:
"A name I mentioned already is Dominio del Águila, as they provided some of the surprises from the 2013 vintage. They will soon release a new single-vineyard red from the classical Ribera del Duero field blend of old vines called Canta La Perdiz. It carries the name of the quarter from the village of La Aguilera where the grapes are sourced, which means something like ‘the partridge sings’...
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