Finca Resalso is the name of an historic vineyard that was planted in 1932, the year Emilio Moro was born. This is the name the winery has given to their young wine, which is made from grapes from their youngest vineyards.
Robert Parker, 89 pts
The primary, floral and expressive 2019 Finca Resalso is quite showy, aromatic and open, attractive, juicy and easy to drink. The fruit is ripe and the wine juicy with a soft texture.
“To make good wine, it’s necessary to love wine” Emilio Moro
Currently run by the Moro’s family third generation, the winery produces great wine from vineyards that are used also to name them, such as Resalso (their entry-level wine, from a vineyard planted in 1932), Valderramiro and Sancho Martin, both naming two variants of the Malleolus family, launched more than 20 years ago.
Emilio Moro, the current owner’s grandfather was born in Pesquera de Duero, one of Ribera del Duero’s most popular towns. He’s credited for passing his love for winemaking to his son and grandchildren that ended in this legendary winery.
Tradition - For the Moro family, “tradition implies responsibility”. They claim the quality of their wines is based, in part, on the three generations of tradition.
Innovation - Emilio Moro collaborates with multiple research depts in Spain colleagues to improve and perfect winemaking processes.