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BODEGAS Y VIÑEDOS LA MEJORADA S.L.

Monasterio de la Mejorada S/N, 47410 Olmeda
Spain

This company is co-exhibitor of
JUNTA DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN - Instituto Para La Competitividad Empresarial de Castilla y Leon

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Exhibitor Categories

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.01  Europe
  • 02.01.04  Germany

Germany

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.02  Asia
  • 02.02.22  China, Peoples Republic

China, Peoples Republic

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.05  South America
  • 02.05.04  Brazil

Brazil

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.24  wines from Spain
  • 01.01.24.70  wines from Protected Geographical Indications / Wines from the Region

wines from Protected Geographical Indications / Wines from the Region

Our products

Product category: wines from Protected Geographical Indications / Wines from the Region

Villalar

Villalar gets its name in homage to the intimate relationship the Monastery of La Mejorada had with
the defeat of the Comuneras troops by King Carlos I in the fields of Villalar; upon his orders
General Padilla was buried at La Mejorada, and not in Toledo as originally intended by his wife
María Pacheco.
Villalar is singular, expresses the characteristics of the terroir of La Mejorada, evolves
extraordinarily well over time and exhibits all virtues of the soil, climate, varieties and labour of
man.
Aging: 12 months French oak barrels
Region: Castilla y Leon
D.O.Label: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León
Year: 2017
Harvest date: Sept. 28th, 2017
Varietal: Tempranillo – Cabernet Sauvignon
Production: 12.500 - 0,75 L. Bottles – 2200 – 1,5 L. Bottles
Alcohol content: 14% vol. Alc.
Tasting notes
COLOUR: Brilliant, cherry red, with deep layering
AROMA: Fresh, complex, rich. Once open, it reveals an intensely fruity character of
fresh red cherry. There are also traces of chocolate, minerals with an elegant touch of
toasted, very well integrated oak.
FLAVOUR: Smooth, with a balanced evolution, velvety, with a long persistent aroma, a
fruity final and complex
Bodegas y Viñedos La Mejorada-Monasterio de la Mejorada S/N-47410 Olmedo, Valladolid, España-www.lamejorada.es

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Product category: wines from Protected Geographical Indications / Wines from the Region

La Mejorada Las Norias 2012

La Mejorada Las Norias comes from the vines of the lot called Las Norias and sincerely expresses
the influence of the siliceous soil and microclimate on the plant and, therefore, in this Tempranillo
with its mineral and characteristic freshness. The balance of the palate in this wine has its origin in
the subtle doses of strength and softness. It poses an extraordinary capacity of evolution, and over
the years develops notable fineness and aromatic complexity.
Soil and climate: Among the factors that constitute the terroir of La Mejorada are, firstly, the natural
conditions, soil and climate. The climate is what determines the cultivation of the vine. It is what
gives the grapes their harmonious maturity. In places like La Mejorada where the ripening is a slow
and random process, the soil acquires an importance where even mild variations, even in
neighbouring plots, translate to great differences in the quality and authenticity of the wines.
Aging:12 months in French oak barrels– 25% new barrels
Region: Castilla y León
D.O. Label: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León
Year: 2012
Harvest date: September 12th, 2012
Varietal: 100% Tempranillo
Production: 25000 Bottles
Alcohol content: 13,5% vol. Alc.
Tasting notes
COLOUR: Brilliant, cherry red, with deep layering
AROMA: The nose is fresh, ripe black fruit (blackberry), red fruit, mineral,
balsamic, toasted white truffle.
FLAVOUR: The palate is powerful, creamy, balsamic and balanced, velvety, silky
and fruity tannins and long finish aftertaste
Scores and Awards
93 points Peñín Guide 2018
90 points James Suckling 2017

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Product category: wines from Protected Geographical Indications / Wines from the Region

La Mejorada Tiento 2014

La Mejorada Tiento is a test, a careful trial of what the terroir at La Mejorada is capable of, and so
this wine is, every year, diverse and unexpected, produced from a selection of the best grapes in the
whole vineyard, grapes that have reached exceptional maturity and that is fruit of the singular
combination of variety, soil and climate.
It owes its qualities to the management of the terroir at La Mejorada. It is fruit of the identification
and understanding of the soils, the behaviour of the vines growing from them when faced with
changing climatology and the careful selection of the grapes produced by these vines, laboured with
respect to the ecosystem and produced without chemical products for their cultivation.
It possesses an extraordinary capacity for evolution and over the years develops notable fineness
and aromatic complexity.
Aging: 12 months in French oak barrels
Region: Castilla y Leon
D.O.Label: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León
Year: 2014
Harvest: by hand
Harvest date: September 23th 2014
Varietal: Variety of the best grapes of the vintage
Bottling date: August 1st 2016
Bottle type: Bordeauz
Alcohol content: 14% vol. Alc.
Production: 1.500 bottles 0,75cl and 85 Magnum
Tasting notes
COLOUR: Brillant, cherry red, very high layer.
AROMA:The nose is elegant, fine and complex, spicy, ripe fruit, mineral, balsamic,
smoky notes.
FLAVOUR: The palate is powerful and balanced, fleshy, balsamic, ripe tannins,
and smoky and fruity finish.
Scores and Awards
92 Peñin Guide 2020
92 Points Parker
91 Peñin Guide 2019

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About us

Company details

The Wineries and Vineyards of La Mejorada are situated 5 km from the town of Olmedo, in the province of Valladolid.
The name La Mejorada has its origin in the 14th century, when María Pérez, a neighbour in Olmedo, received an improvement (“mejora”) in the inheritance that her parents left her and that included the lands where the Wineries and Vineyards La Mejorada now sit. A devout to the Virgin Mary, María Pérez, “la mejorada” (the improved one), built a humble chapel, but it wasn’t until late in the 15th century that a small community of Jeronimo monks built their monastery there, always counting on the patronage of Prince Fernando de Antequera who would later become, after the Caspe Agreement, Fernando I of Aragón. It was the accountant to Fernando I, Velasco Hernández Becerra who built the Mudejar Chapel that would serve as the family mausoleum. The chapel is a characteristic example of the influence of the Islamic culture in the Castilian Court, and which is entirely conserved and considered national monument since 1931.

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