The Future of Emilio Moro

 


You already know and adore Emilio Moro. This winery is the jewel of Ribera del Duero.

The Moro family, now four generations deep into winemaking, is known for expertly crafted Tinto Fino (a grape also known as Tempranillo). Since they began farming grapes the Moro family has used a specific Tinto Fino clone unrivaled in its specialness. The fruit clusters are small and loose which creates focused, concentrated and balanced flavors. This is just part of what gives Emilio Moro wines an unquestionable charisma.

What you may not know is that the Moro family is defining the future of wine in Ribera del Duero. Enter: Cepa 21, the latest winery project from Emilio Moro.
“Cepa” is the word for vine, and “21” refers to the twenty-first century. Cepa 21 demonstrates a wish to merge the past and present to forge a future for wine lovers. Here, the Moro family heritage is brought into a modern context. The latest technologies are employed as some of the world’s most prized grapes are turned into superior wines.

There are a so many competing value brands on the market, but with Cepa 21 the consumer can feel assured of the Moro family seal. Take Cepa 21’s Hito Rosato (100% Tinto Fino) as an example. It’s bursting with delicate floral and ripe fruit characteristics sure to impress a wide array of palates. Have a case on hand for your next summer soirée -- because it’s a label you can trust.

Look for more from Cepa 21 as the Moro family continues to shape the future of what they’ve helped to define.

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