- Color: intense ruby with shades of orange.
- Nose: persistent, showing lots of fruit, mainly dominated by the Tempranillo
- Mouth is round, full-bodied, soft and fine and persistent.
Development and Aging:
Made with grapes Tempranillo (80%), Garnacha (15%), Mazuelo and Graciano (the remainder), from their own vineyards varieties.
Viña Bosconia born in the El Bosque and its name comes from a wine that the great-grandfather of Lopez de Heredia elaborated in the style of French Burgundy, with a higher percentage of Pinot Noir, and he called Rioja Cepa Burgundy. Vineyards located at 410 meters high and franked north by the Sierra de Cantabria. They are planted in hillside facing south.
Aged in barrels for 5 years, being racked twice a year in February, handmade. Fined with fresh egg whites.
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
Red - Body and Spicy
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Ratings and awards
- Robert Parker