“Pérez Pascuas produces classical reds from Ribera del Duero with the fruit from good vineyards in Pedrosa de Duero; the wines are aged with some American oak that gives them a profile of the good-old-time Riberas. Aromatic and balanced with the character of yesteryear, contained ripeness and good acidity make them age worthy.” – Luis Gutierrez

Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas, Perez Pascuas Gran Seleccion, Gran Reserva 2010

Score: 96 points

Review:  “The wine, in a dream vintage like 2010, matured in oak barrels for 26 months, yet, the nose is not excessively oaky and is very spicy with nice fruit integration; it’s still showing very young and only starting to develop hints of tertiary, more complex aromas. The palate is silky with very refined tannins, great balance and length.”

Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas, Viña Pedrosa Gran Reserva 2010

Score: 94 points

Review: “This is a serious wine; the Pedrosa are never voluptuous but show restraint, balance and harmony, and the palate is always silky with very fine tannins, good acidity and never showing any overipeness.”

Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas, Viña Pedrosa La Navilla 2011

Score: 93 points

Review: “…is extremely balanced and restrained, showing elegance and contained ripeness…The nose is clean and focused with a strong balsamic component, plenty of spices and a toasted hint. The palate is medium-bodied, somehow austere, serious and balanced, though is terribly tasty with good acidity and fine tannins.”

Bodegas Pérez Pascuas, Viña Pedrosa Reserva 2011

Score: 92 points

Review: “With its classical lactic, spicy and finely toasted nose, the 2011 Vina Pedrosa Reserva is a good representative of the classical Ribera Del Duero. The palate is medium-bodied with refined tannins, not aggressive, elegant but not weak.”


Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas, Viña Pedrosa 2012 Crianza

Score: 91 points

Review: “The nose is a good combination of fruit, balsamic/herbal and spicy armoas, that are quite elegant and sleek. The medium-bodied palate has the house’s fine tannins and balancing acidity to juicy, succulent flavors and a fresh finish.”

Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas, El Pedrosal 2012

Score: 90 points

Review: “…the 2012 El Pedrosal is balanced with plenty of spicy notes from the oak and very classical with elegant rusticity, character and poise. The palate is very balanced with some lactic and dill-like flavors, fine acidity and soft tannins. Very pleasant and easy to drink.”


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