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Emilio Moro Winery

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Emilio Moro Winery

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FJGonzalezG wrote a review Apr 2020
Bethesda, Maryland1 169 contributions193 helpful votes
We've had Emilio Moro wines in the U.S., and the winery was one of two in the famed Ribera del Duero region we visited during a road trip from Galicia to Madrid. We called from our hotel on a late-February morning to see if we could tour the winery, and luckily the answer was yes, at midday and in English. Our guide spoke excellent English but, as it we were the only guests, we did it in Spanish. The tour was informative, and covered the entire process from vine to table. And, that's when things really got good. The lunch was phenomenal. Our guide led us to the dining room, which was elegant, airy, full of light and our table overlooked a deposit of hundreds of casks. Our matronly server was friendly, engaging, efficient and knowledgeable. She guided us through a tasting of two wines, Emilio Moro and Malleolus, with the set menu: Iberico cured meats, bread, lentils, a "lechazo" (roast veal) to die for, cheesecake and coffee. The veal was crispy on the outside and juicy tender on the inside, similar to the suckling pig at Segovia's Mesón de Cándido, and just as good if not better. At 65 euros per person, the price is a bit steep. In fact, we enthusiastically signed on for lunch mistakenly (my mistake) thinking it was only 30 euros. The correct price would have given me pause, but I'd gladly pay it again, just for that wondrous roast veal.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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DrLUNIGA wrote a review Dec 2019
Lares, Puerto Rico540 contributions115 helpful votes
Great cozy place, with a mix traditional/modern style. 4 generations of wine makers. Educated and charming host. Excellent food (lunch). GREAT WINES! Don’t miss the Malleolus VALDERRAMIRO 2015 and the SANCHOMARTIN 2014.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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John M wrote a review Oct 2019
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We booked a wine tasting for 4 adults on October 3 at 10 am. It was booked 4 weeks in advance. When we arrived, Sofia (with whom I had exchanged 7 emails on the subject) initially had no recollection of our correspondence. She finally remembered me (I had a hard copy of the emails in my hand) but told us that it would not be possible to do the wine tasting. This was our only bad experience of the 9 tastings we scheduled in La Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Bierzo during an 8 day tour of Northern Spain.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Francisco Calabria wrote a review Oct 2019
Madrid, Spain138 contributions197 helpful votes
I was there last weekend with a group of friend and the place, in general, was ok, the host was nice and give good explanations, same for the wine tasting, but for the tour itself, to visit the vineyards and how the wine process is made, all the process was closed due to the season of the year and I think this is important to let the people know at front, we see the place, we taste the wine, but we couldn't see any part of the process what was disappointing for all of us.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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skahl2015 wrote a review Aug 2019
Munich, Germany22 contributions1 helpful vote
3 wine enthusiasts from Germany had a great tour with Pilar. She brought us very Close to everything we were interested in. All of our questions could be answered and we all had the Feeling that we really learned something during the visit. The wines are very good and we can highly recommend to try the 4 wines after learning about the production process from Pilar.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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