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Finca Valpiedra Reserva 2014
Finca Valpiedra Reserva is born in one of the best lands in Rioja, covered by a Robe of pebbles, which retain the heat and moisture, protecting and feeding the vine. An elegant wine of long guard, classic but current, faithful reflection of its excellent terroir
With 95 pts Decanter, the Masters of Wine T.Atkin and S.J. Evans selected Finca Valpiedra Reserva to be among the best riojas of the year 2016.
A wine carefully treated in every of its phases to make it a high quality wine, very elegant, and with lots of style, which can remind us to a Bordeaux.
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Cherry colored and garnet trim. Abundant, dense and tenuous tear.
High aromatic intensity, with great complexity and elegance, highlighting the mineral notes and red and black fruits, memories of incense. All this combined with the fine notes of wood from the French oak, such as vanilla, cedar, blond tobacco and spices.
In the mouth it shows an excellent softness and volume developing a very fine tanica structure that makes it tasty and sapido. The freshness that the Graciano brings, makes it more balanced with respect to alcohol, showing a very long aftertaste and a pleasant ending. By means of retronasal the spicy, fruity and wood notes reappear to us
Elaboration and aging
It is a copupage of 92% Tempranillo, 4% Graciano and 4% Maturana Ink , Coming of the One of the big payments in Rioja , the Finca Valpiedra Which is located in the best area of the Rioja denomination, in a spectacular meander around the river Ebro. It is an estate of 80 hectares located 420 meters high. This winery was inaugurated in 1999 and it has managed to link the beginning and the end of the production cycle.
The exceptional conditions of this farm derive from its microclimate and soil type, formed by a mantle of boulders and limestone that give the wine its name. These stones retain heat and moisture by protecting and feeding the vine.
Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tanks with temperature control. Maceration 17 days. Its later aging was 22 months in French oak barrels.