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LA ENFERMERA - Tempranillo - Toro, Spain


"It has a fruit-driven nose with a hint of spicy oak. The palate is light to medium-bodied (for a Toro) with some fine-grained tannins, able to stand up to powerful food and lighter ones too; I can tell you because I tried it! It developed some fresher notes, reminiscent of orange peel and later violets, with time in the glass. Drinkable, pleasant and very good value." - Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate - February 2017

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RETAIL $34.00 CLUB MEMBER $29.00


Hacienda Terra Duro, is a result of a project of two good friends who look for high quality wines. Vineyards are over than 140years old linked to respect to the terroir, traditional and sustainable methods of wine production of wines with character.

We are focus on meticulous care of land and our vignes. All of them have been treated with Ecological treatments. With our vignes and our Management team, we have reached really nice and fine wines which have been awarded by Robert Parker at the “The Wine Advocate” and Pe?in a “Guia Pe?in” with high punctuation.

Wine facts

Label Notes:

During 1476 at the Battle of Toro against Alfonso V of Portugal, was born the Spanish Health thanks to Isabel the Catholic, “The Nurse”. She was who decided that six tents to treat wounded soldiers, were installed, as well the red wine dosi?cation to comfort them. La Enfermera, is made exclusively from 100% Tinta de Toro type grapes (Tempranillo) From our vineyards, all with non-grafted vines, with a slight barrel aging during three months.


Javier Ortega & Cristiano Van Zeller


Hacienda Terra d'Uro


750 mL

Average Age of Vines:

15 years old

Harvest Method:

The grapes are harvested by hand and then stored in 15kg crates


The grapes are sorted on a table

Fermentation and Maceration:

De-stemmed and vatted in stainless steel tanks, where the grapes undergo cold maceration and alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperatures between 22?C and 24?C.


3 months ageing in French and American oak casks.







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