TOMAS POSTIGO 5 ANO
TOMÁS POSTIGO 5º AÑO 2011

VISUAL PHASE: Pretty cherry red color, very dense and shiny.

OLFACTORY PHASE: Mature black fruit in the plum and blackberry line, mineral notes such as
graphite, spiced with hints of pepper, vanilla and cedar, and fine touches of black licorice and
chocolate sensations, very balsamic.

GUSTATORY PHASE: In the mouth, it is a wine with a great initial impact but its sweet and ripe
tannins and its creaminess make it a tamed, round, wide, and tasty wine. The retronasal aspect
is full of aromatic nuances and flavors that remind us of toffee and the cherries in liquor.

D.O.: Ribera del Duero.

VARIETIES OF THE GRAPE: Tinto Fino (87%), Cabernet Sauvignon (4%) and Merlot (9%).

SOIL COMPOSITION: Mainly limestone, gravelly soil with some stones and pebbles of medium
size.

HARVEST: Coming from a selection of vineyards of the Ribera del Duero located between 750
and 1,000 meters altitude. Grapes are carefully harvested in boxes of 10 kg. Grapes arrive
whole and intact to the winery.

ELABORATION: Manual selection table. OVI. Fermentation with autochthonous yeasts.

AGING: 12 months in French oak barrels of 225 liters. We obtain 38 wines with different
characteristics, which constitutes our final wine, according to the origin of the grape and the
barrel. Some of them are obtained through malolactic fermentation in the barrels. Bottled in May 2013.

ANALYSIS: Acidity: 5.0 g / l; PH: 3.58; Alcohol by Volume: 15%; Dry extract: 28.00 g / l;
Glycerin: 8.0 g / l.

PRODUCTION: 13.850 bottles of 0.75 liters and 500 bottles of 1.5 liters.


TOMAS POSTIGO 5 ANO
TOMÁS POSTIGO 5º AÑO 2010

Visual Phase: Cherry red color, with garnished reflections, very dense and shiny.

Olfactory phase: Black ripe fruit, figs, very mature nose, development of tertiary aromas, with
hints of spices, hazelnut, tobacco, toasted, caramel, lots of coffee, wet soil and undergrowth.

Gustatory phase: Fleshy mouth, sweet and ripe tannins, structured and enveloping, full in
flavors. Glyceric, unctuous. Toasted in the mouth. Long and persistent aftertaste.

Varieties: Tinto Fino (85%), Cabernet Sauvignon (10%) and Merlot (5%).

Soils: Mainly limestone, gravelly soil with some stones and medium size pebbles.

Harvest: Coming from a selection of vineyards of the Ribera del Duero located between 750
and 1,000 meters altitude. Grapes are carefully harvested in boxes of 10 kg. Grapes arrive
whole and intact to the winery.

Production: Manual selection table. OVI. Fermentation with autochthonous yeasts.

Aging: 12 months in French oak barrels of 225 liters. We obtain 30 wines with different
characteristics that constitute our final wine, according to the origin of the grape and the barrel.
Some of them are obtained through malolactic fermentation in the barrels. Bottled in April 2012.
40 months of bottle aging. Clarified with natural egg white.

Acidity: 5,00 g / l tartaric pH: 3,66
Alcohol by Volume: 15% vol.

Dry extract: 27.3 g / l Acetic acid: 0.45 g / l.

Production: 2,700 bottles of 0.75 liters and 400 bottles of 1.5 liters.

D.O.: Ribera del Duero.