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Sentero Expresion

Sentero is a wine name inspired by two Spanish terms: “Sendero”, which could be translated into Italian as “Sentiero”, and “Sentimiento” (Feeling).  Its label intends to convey the feeling of flowing along the vast vineyard landscapes in Morales de Toro while handpicking their yearly crop..

This wine is made out of grapes that have been handpicked by the end of September from old vines.

21/12/2016

Sentero Roble

Sentero is a wine name inspired by two Spanish terms: “Sendero”, which could be translated into Italian as “Sentiero”, and “Sentimiento” (Feeling). Its label intends to convey the feeling of flowing along the vast vineyard landscapes in Morales de Toro while handpicking their yearly crop.

2/9/2016

Sentero Red

Sentero is a wine name inspired by two Spanish terms: “Sendero”, which could be translated into Italian as “Sentiero”, and “Sentimiento” (Feeling).  Its label intends to convey the feeling of flowing along the vast vineyard landscapes in Morales de Toro while handpicking their yearly crop. The definite play of words came from an inspiring journey through Italy.

This wine is made out of grapes that have been handpicked by the end of September from 30 to 40-year-old vines.

2/9/2016

Bajoz, Vino de Museo

This wine from Toro can be your little piece of our museum. It is made from century-old Tinta de Toro vines, the local form of Tempranillo. The vine is ungrafted and planted with less than a thousand vines per hectare. As you enjoy this wine perhaps reflect on the ancient beam press, wine racks, traditional use of wineskins and the jar made by the clay artisans. This is your part of our wine museum, as well as the other artifacts we hope you enjoyed.

13/1/2016

El Pugil

“Púgil” is a fighter who fights with his own arms. Romans used the word “púgil” for this type of gladiator. Pagos del Rey presents a powerful and strong red wine from Toro, full of character, structure and personality.

12/11/2015

Winery in Toro

The Pagos del Rey winery – 6 km away from the historical city of Toro in the province of Zamora – was established in 1952. It was originally known as Nuestra Señora de las Viñas, later on it was named Viña Bajoz (1962) after the river that runs near Morales de Toro. It was Félix Solís Avantis who acquired the winery in September 2008 and renamed it as Pagos del Rey Toro.

The winery currently produces 36% of the total production of red wines under Toro Denominación de Origen.

The Solís family is associated to family-owned vine growers that cover 1,400 hectares in the region. The traditional bush vine system of cultivation is still in use.

Pagos del Rey Toro winery in Morales de Toro has recently become an attraction centre for wine culture and oenotourism. The region’s first wine museum was opened in February 2014.

19/9/2014

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Gran Bajoz

Gran Bajoz is named after the River Bajoz that runs near Morales de Toro in the province of Zamora. This wine is exclusively made out of a selection of handpicked Tempranillo grapes . The grapes were hand-picked at the end of September when the optimum maturation conditions occur.

18/9/2014

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Caño Tempranillo Garnacha

Caño Tempranillo Grenache is made from only the very best Tempranillo and Grenache grapes. These two-grape varieties blend together to create a wine that’s packed with the taste of cherry, mulberry and raspberry.

18/9/2014

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Caño Alta Expresion

Caño Alta Expresión is made exclusively with the grapes that comes from low production vineyards. The grapes are handpicked by the end of September when optimum ripening conditions are reached.

18/9/2014

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Bajoz Crianza

Bajoz Crianza, named after the River Bajoz that runs near the village of Morales de Toro, uses exclusively the best handpicked Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) grapes. Some of the vines that provide the grapes for this wine are 40 years old. The result is a fruity and well-balanced wine.

18/9/2014

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Bajoz Tempranillo

Bajoz, named after the River Bajoz that runs near the village of Morales de Toro, uses only the best handpicked Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) grapes for this Pagos del Rey wine. Some of the vines that provide the grapes for this wine are 40 years-old. The result is a fruity and well balanced wine.

18/9/2014

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Bajoz Roble

Bajoz Roble takes its name from the river Bajoz that runs near Morales de Toro. It is made exclusively from selected and handpicked Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) grapes, from vines between 30 and 40 years old. The harvest takes place during the last week in September. The grapes are specifically selected to produce a young and fruity, yet elegant wine.

18/9/2014

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