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Tondonia »Viña Tondonia« Tinto - 1,5 L. Magnum ...
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Wie leben Legenden eigentlich fort? Indem die Erben sich dieser annehmen und als einzige Innovation... gar nichts ändern. »Wir wollen Weine machen wie unser Großvater« sagt Mercedes López de Heredia, die verantwortliche Önologin dieses Denkmals des Weinbaus der Rioja. Und genau so präsentiert sich dann auch die 2007er Reserva im Glas. Helles Rubin, verhaltende Nase nach roten Früchten, Bourbonvanille und Gewüzen. Am Gaumen sehr filigran, mit feiner Struktur und fast noch jugendlichem Tanningerüst. Erinnert eher an einen Burgunder und ist Lichtjahre den opulenten Blockbustern der modernen Riojas entfernt. Besonders gut zu einem kräftigen Wildbraten.

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Stand: 25.05.2020
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Caballo de Oro "Selección de Bodega" (6-er OHK)
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Spanische Prunkstücke in luxuriöser Holzkiste  Von der legendären spanischen Bodegas Navarro Lopez konnten wir die eindrucksvolle Weinkiste „Selección del Bodega“ ergattern. Sie beinhaltet zwei der besten roten Spitzenweine, die die Bodegas zu bieten hat. Lass Dich von einem ausgezeichneten Reserva und einem verführerischen Gran Reserva überraschen. Für beide Weine wurden nur die allerbesten Trauben verwendet, natürlich von Hand gelesen und anschließend schonend verarbeitet. Ein unglaubliches Geschmackserlebnis, das Du Dir nicht entgehen lassen solltest. Spezifikation der Weine:   3 Flaschen Caballo de Oro - Tempranillo Reserva - Valdepeñas DO 2010 Silbermedaille Mundus Vini 2017 Der 2010er Caballo de Oro zeigt im Glas eine kirschrote Farbe mit rubinroten Reflexen. Das Bouquet präsentiert primäre Aromen, von Pflaume und Brombeere verbunden mit Süßholz, Kakao, Lakritz und Zimt. Im Geschmack ist er einmalig ausgewogen, zwischen verführerisch gedörrter Frucht, Gewürznoten, Vanille und getoastetem Holz. In den 12 Monaten Lagerung im Eichenfass hat diese Reserva einen außergewöhnlich schönen Duft und Geschmack entwickelt.  100% Tempranillo, Alkoholgehalt 13,0% Vol., enthält Sulfite, Hersteller/Importeur: Bodegas Navarro Lopez, 13300 Valdepenas C.Real, Spanien.   3 Flaschen Caballo d, Oro - Gran Reserva - Valdepeñas DO 2007 Goldmedaille bei der Portugal Wine Trophy 2018 Goldmedaille bei der Asia Wine Trophy 2018 Eine wundervolle, reife Gran Reserva von rubinroter Farbe und einem verführerischen, fruchtig-würzigen Bouquet, das seinen Holzausbau nicht verleugnen kann. Am Gaumen ist der Spanier samtweich, mit warmen Aromen von roten Früchten, gedörrtem Obst und einer Spur Vanille. Es wurden nur die allerbesten Trauben verwendet, natürlich von Hand gelesen, die anschließend schonend verarbeitet wurden. Reifen durfte er anschließend in Barriques unterschiedlicher Röstungen aus amerikanischer, französischer und ungarischer Eiche. 100% Tempranillo, Alkoholgehalt 13,0 % Vol., enthält Sulfite, Hersteller/Importeur: Viña Ginesa Reservas, S.L., 13300 Valdepeñas, Spanien.

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Caballo de Oro - Gran Reserva - Valdepeñas DO (...
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Grandiose Gran Reserva in eleganter Holzkiste Der Caballo de Oro - Gran Reserva wurde aus Trauben gekeltert, die von 25 Jahre alten Rebstöcken handverlesen wurden. Zählt man die 24 monatige Fassreifung hinzu konnte der Wein 10 Jahre lang in Ruhe reifen. Das Ergebnis ist eine fantastische Geschmacksexplosion, die beispiellos ist! Völlig zu Recht wurde er mit einer Goldmedaille bei der Portugal Wine Trophy 2018 und einer Goldmedaille bei der Asia Wine Trophy 2018 ausgezeichnet. Bei einer Blindverkostung würde man ihn glatt für einen exzellenten Rioja halten. Der Wein hat also einiges zu bieten, lass auch Du Dich von ihm verzaubern.   Verkostungsnotiz: Eine wundervolle, reife Gran Reserva von rubinroter Farbe und einem verführerischen, fruchtig-würzigen Bouquet, das seinen Holzausbau nicht verleugnen kann. Am Gaumen ist der Spanier samtweich, mit warmen Aromen von roten Früchten, gedörrtem Obst und einer Spur Vanille. Es wurden nur die allerbesten Trauben verwendet, natürlich von Hand gelesen, die anschließend schonend verarbeitet wurden. Reifen durfte er anschließend in Barriques unterschiedlicher Röstungen aus amerikanischer, französischer und ungarischer Eiche. Bei 16-18 °C ein wahrhaft perfekter Begleiter zu einem Erbseneintopf mit Bauchfleisch, Tapas, geschmortem Schweinebauch mit Rotkohl, Wildschweinragout und Entrecôte vom Rind mit Sauce béarnaise. Er sollte 1 bis 2 Stunden vor Genuss geöffnet werden. Der Wein wird in einer edlen Holzkiste geliefert Steckbrief: Jahrgang: 2007 Land/Herkunft: Spanien Region: Valdepeñas DO Rebsorte: Tempranillo (100 %) Art.Nr.: KST622567 Weinstil: Reich & Vollmundig Weingut: Bodegas Navarro Lopez Hersteller/Importeur: Viña Ginesa Reservas, S.L., 13300 Valdepeñas, Spanien Farbe/Art: Rotwein Geschmack: trocken Fassgereift: 24 Monate Alkoholgehalt: 13,0 % Vol. Dekantierzeit: 1-2 Stunden Allergene: Enthält Sulfite Restsüße: 3,5 g/Liter Säuregehalt: 5,10 g/Liter Serviertipp: Tapas, geschmorter Schweinebauch mit Rotkohl, Wildschweinragout, Entrecôte vom Rind mit Sauce Béarnaise, Erbseneintopf mit Bauchfleisch Serviertemperatur: 16-18 °C Optimal bis: 2021, jetzt trinkreif Verschlussart: Korken Webseite: www.navarrolopez.com

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Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in A...
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Almost four decades of innovative and intensive research on Alzheimer's disease (AD) have brought major advances in our understanding of its pathogenesis, improved tools for diagnosis, and strategies for its treatment. This research has helped build a solid foundation of knowledge in the neurosciences and biological basis of AD and AD-related neurological disorders. Scientific background and insightful hypotheses are of major relevance in order to approach to an effective therapy for this devastating disease. Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in Alzheimer's Disease contains 20 seminal chapters by authors with varying views on the neuroanatomical, neuropathological, neuropsychological, neurological, and molecular aspects of AD. These chapters grew out of 'Current Hypothesis on Alzheimer’s Disease', held in Viña del Mar, Chile, in November of 2007. Participants included the world’s leading Alzheimer’s researchers, whose work has illuminated AD investigations during the past few decades. Students, academics and medical professionals will find this text an invaluable addition to the study of this important subject.   About the Authors: Ricardo B. Maccioni, Ph.D. is a Professor of Neurology at the Medical School and the Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology at the University of Chile. He also serves as the Director of the Laboratory of Molecular Neurosciences and Scientific Director of the International Center for Biomedicine (ICC). Dr. Maccioni received his doctoral degree in 1975 from the University of Chile, and served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver Colorado. He has made several major contributions to the the study of Alzheimer’s disease, including his discoveries on the role of tau protein and neuroimmunomodulation in the pathogenesis of this disease, and the design of new in vivo imaging technology and the novel biomarkers for its early diagnosis. He has received more than 60 research grants and several international and national prizes, including the Presidential Chair in Science, the Chancellor´s medal of the University of Chile, and Doctor Honris causa at several universities. Dr. Macconi has organized over forty international conferences with experts in the neurosciences from around the world. George Perry, Ph.D. is the Dean of the College of Sciences at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Perry received his doctoral degree in marine biology from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California at San Diego, served as a postdoctoral fellow in cell biology at Baylor College of Medicine, and earned a bachelor's degree in zoology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is an authority on Alzheimer’s research; his groundbreaking work brought oxidative stress to the study of AD. This discovery, far in advance of others, has put him among the top dozen most cited investigators studying AD/oxidative stress and among the top 25 neuroscientists in the world. Dr. Perry serves on the editorial board of more than 60 publications and is founding Editor-in-Chief of the highest impact journal in AD, The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. He recently won the Denham Harmon Lifetime Achievement Award (discoverer of the Free Radical Theory of Aging) from the American Association for Aging, and currently holds the Zenith Award from the Alzheimer Association.  

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Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in A...
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Almost four decades of innovative and intensive research on Alzheimer's disease (AD) have brought major advances in our understanding of its pathogenesis, improved tools for diagnosis, and strategies for its treatment. This research has helped build a solid foundation of knowledge in the neurosciences and biological basis of AD and AD-related neurological disorders. Scientific background and insightful hypotheses are of major relevance in order to approach to an effective therapy for this devastating disease. Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in Alzheimer's Disease contains 20 seminal chapters by authors with varying views on the neuroanatomical, neuropathological, neuropsychological, neurological, and molecular aspects of AD. These chapters grew out of 'Current Hypothesis on Alzheimer's Disease', held in Viña del Mar, Chile, in November of 2007. Participants included the world's leading Alzheimer's researchers, whose work has illuminated AD investigations during the past few decades. Students, academics and medical professionals will find this text an invaluable addition to the study of this important subject.

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Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in A...
197,99 € *
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Almost four decades of innovative and intensive research on Alzheimer's disease (AD) have brought major advances in our understanding of its pathogenesis, improved tools for diagnosis, and strategies for its treatment. This research has helped build a solid foundation of knowledge in the neurosciences and biological basis of AD and AD-related neurological disorders. Scientific background and insightful hypotheses are of major relevance in order to approach to an effective therapy for this devastating disease. Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in Alzheimer's Disease contains 20 seminal chapters by authors with varying views on the neuroanatomical, neuropathological, neuropsychological, neurological, and molecular aspects of AD. These chapters grew out of 'Current Hypothesis on Alzheimer’s Disease', held in Viña del Mar, Chile, in November of 2007. Participants included the world’s leading Alzheimer’s researchers, whose work has illuminated AD investigations during the past few decades. Students, academics and medical professionals will find this text an invaluable addition to the study of this important subject.   About the Authors: Ricardo B. Maccioni, Ph.D. is a Professor of Neurology at the Medical School and the Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology at the University of Chile. He also serves as the Director of the Laboratory of Molecular Neurosciences and Scientific Director of the International Center for Biomedicine (ICC). Dr. Maccioni received his doctoral degree in 1975 from the University of Chile, and served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver Colorado. He has made several major contributions to the the study of Alzheimer’s disease, including his discoveries on the role of tau protein and neuroimmunomodulation in the pathogenesis of this disease, and the design of new in vivo imaging technology and the novel biomarkers for its early diagnosis. He has received more than 60 research grants and several international and national prizes, including the Presidential Chair in Science, the Chancellor´s medal of the University of Chile, and Doctor Honris causa at several universities. Dr. Macconi has organized over forty international conferences with experts in the neurosciences from around the world. George Perry, Ph.D. is the Dean of the College of Sciences at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Perry received his doctoral degree in marine biology from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California at San Diego, served as a postdoctoral fellow in cell biology at Baylor College of Medicine, and earned a bachelor's degree in zoology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is an authority on Alzheimer’s research; his groundbreaking work brought oxidative stress to the study of AD. This discovery, far in advance of others, has put him among the top dozen most cited investigators studying AD/oxidative stress and among the top 25 neuroscientists in the world. Dr. Perry serves on the editorial board of more than 60 publications and is founding Editor-in-Chief of the highest impact journal in AD, The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. He recently won the Denham Harmon Lifetime Achievement Award (discoverer of the Free Radical Theory of Aging) from the American Association for Aging, and currently holds the Zenith Award from the Alzheimer Association.  

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Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in A...
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Almost four decades of innovative and intensive research on Alzheimer's disease (AD) have brought major advances in our understanding of its pathogenesis, improved tools for diagnosis, and strategies for its treatment. This research has helped build a solid foundation of knowledge in the neurosciences and biological basis of AD and AD-related neurological disorders. Scientific background and insightful hypotheses are of major relevance in order to approach to an effective therapy for this devastating disease. Current Hypotheses and Research Milestones in Alzheimer's Disease contains 20 seminal chapters by authors with varying views on the neuroanatomical, neuropathological, neuropsychological, neurological, and molecular aspects of AD. These chapters grew out of 'Current Hypothesis on Alzheimer's Disease', held in Viña del Mar, Chile, in November of 2007. Participants included the world's leading Alzheimer's researchers, whose work has illuminated AD investigations during the past few decades. Students, academics and medical professionals will find this text an invaluable addition to the study of this important subject.

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