Llanos de Palacio, a red wine from Cordoba

Very good! In this article I am going to talk to you about one of our red wines, the Llanos de Palacio, both the young and the aged ones, are wines obtained from different grape varieties such as: Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Tempranillo.

We have the red Llanos de Palacio in two classes, one without aging, this wine once obtained is passed directly to the bottle and another with aging, the latter after the production process, spends 6 months in American oak barrels before being bottled .

The Llanos de Palacio without aging (also called young) is obtained from the Syrah and Tempranillo varieties and the Llanos de Palacio with aging is produced with another variety apart from the previous two, Cabernet Sauvignon.

Each one has different qualities and is designed to be paired with different dishes. To learn more about them, I advise you to click here if you want to know about the young Llanos de Palacio red wine or here if you prefer the aged red wine.

A Cordovan red wine

From my point of view, red wine has always been associated with northern Spanish provinces, if you watched a movie, whenever a Spanish red wine was ordered, it used to be like that. I am not going to name any specific province because there are many that produce excellent wines and each of them has its audience.

What I want to highlight today is that here in Córdoba, some excellent red wines are also produced, and not just now, but rather we have been dedicated to this beautiful work for several years, in fact, in 2004, the Llanos de Palacio was awarded with an international award at the international wine show held every year in the city of Brno, located in the Czech Republic. So we can be very proud of the dedicated work.

We have excellent products, but we have to advertise them

As I already pointed out in a previous article that I titled Why don’t you order a Pedro Ximénez 1981?, we are the first ones who should consume our products. Why don’t we when we order a red wine point out that we want one in particular? And if the restaurant doesn’t have wine from our area, why don’t we demand it?

With this I do not want to create controversy or anything similar, I just want to emphasize that we are very lucky to be able to enjoy excellent delicacies and I think that we are not taking advantage of this advantageous situation.

At Bodegas La Aurora we have different types of wine ranging from white, red, rosé, sweet, young, aged wines… If you stop for a moment to think, you will surely realize that this great variety is not available anywhere. site, we are fortunate to live in a land capable of giving us each of these treasures.

I feel very proud to be from Córdoba and to consume a red wine produced in my land, and you? Do you dare to promote our wines? Greetings and until next time!

By Rafael Espejo.

Bodegas La Aurora S.C.A.

Avda. de Europa, 7 Montilla Córdoba 14550

Tél: 957 650 362 

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Email: administracion@bodegaslaaurora.com

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