Description: With a price tag that begs the question is it worth it? the 1981 Unico provides an easy answer: Yes. Rare is it that a wine so perfectly blends the taste of a place - here demonstrated by soft pine resin and a mineral note that conjures up images of steep, rocky slopes - with hedonistic fruit, powerful yet polished tannins, and persistent acidity. A breathtaking wine, one in the pantheon of quintessential bottles.
Grape: Tempranillo Blend
Region: Castilla y Leon
Appellation: Ribera del Duero
Production Method: Conventional