Allende Tinto 2011

D.O.C. Denomination of Origin Rioja Red wine 13,5% 2011
16.80 Bottle 75 cl Tax incl.

INK with D.O. Ca. RIOJA
BRIONES Average age of the vineyard, 45 years, high density plantation. With pruning in glass. Soils
clayey with gravel in depth. Sustainable cultivation that respects the environment and
following the natural cycles of the plant, with fertilization and organic and unused mechanical tillage
of herbicides. Manual harvesting and subsequent manual selection of bunches at the entrance to the winery.
The grapes are destemmed and not crushed in a stainless steel tank. Maceration
prefermentative cold at 5º C for 6 days. Controlled fermentation at 28 º C for 10 days, with three
daily pumping over. Total maceration with the skins of 16 days. Uncovered by gravity and pressing.
Malolactic in stainless steel.
Fourteen months in Bordeaux French Oak Barrels. Racking every four months.
Bottling without filtration or clarification.
Traditional Bordeaux bottles, grape colour 750 ml and 1500 ml. Natural cork of 49 by 24,5 mm,
Washing and sterilization without treatments. Label on recyclable paper printed with ecological inks.
Recyclable tin capsule. Fully recyclable corrugated cardboard box.
Soft and moderately rainy autumn. Soft and dry winter, which weakens water reserves.
Rainy and warm March, which brings the sprouting forward to the second week of April.
Warm spring, dry and without frosts. Fast and intense vegetative development. Flowering in the first
week of June with almost perfect curdling. Hot and dry June with a few months of July and August.
fresh and dry, which the plant bears relatively well. Envero in the first week of August
(slightly advanced), Heat and drought are present during the first fortnight of the year.
September. In mid-September there is a slight drop in temperatures, especially in the United States.
during the night, which allows the plant to correctly complete the ripening cycle.
harvest begins on September 27th, with mild temperatures and no rain.