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ARVI THE SWISS VAULT OF FINE AND RARE WINES

Bodegas Mauro Castilla y León Spagna

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Delivery

We will help you organize the shipment to your desired address. During the check-out process we will suggest the most suitable shipping service depending on the quantity ordered and time frame.

Collection in shop (Melano)

You can save on shipping costs by collecting your wines directly at our shop. Currently, this option is only available at our ARVI Headquarters in Melano, Via Pedemonte di Sopra 1.

Store in Wine Vault

ARVI also offers a professional storage service, in which you can cellar your wines with us at ideal conditions. For more information about the terms and pricing, please click here.


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Bodegas Mauro

Bodegas Mauro sits just outside of the Ribera del Duero appellation, in the historic town of Tudela de Duero. Established in the 1970s by Mariano García, the former winemaker of the famous Vega Sicilia estate, he now owns two benchmark estates in Spain. With a rather small production of about 280,000 bottles a year, the 74-hectare estate is farmed organically preserving their grand terroir. Mauro produces three reds. Their forward-styled lavish Mauro. Their Mauro VS (Vendimia Seleccionada), which is crafted by only the best vines and experiences a longer ageing period. And lastly, their all-encompassing single-vineyard cuvée, Terreus, which is produced only in the best years. By the mid-1990s, García decided to open up another winery in Toro named Bodegas y Viñedos Maurodos. Today, it is one of the most influential estates in the region. Planted with Garnacha and Tinta de Toro, this 80-hectare property produces two wines. San Román is a structured, opulent wine, the tannins and oak build in the bottle making five or six years of ageing a worthwhile bet. While their second label, Prima, offers a typical full-bodied, and dark-fruited style at a great value.
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