Technical Sheet Hacienda López de Haro
Type of Wine: Red
Brand: Hacienda López de Haro great reserve
Grape variety: Tempranillo
Bottle type: Bordeaux
Capacity (cl): 75
Graduation (% vol.): 14
Cellar: Hacienda Lopez de Haro
Regions: Denomination Rioja
Barrel type: French oak
Permanence in Barrel: 30 months
Sercice temperature: 16º-18º C.
Selection of old vineyards of Tempranillo and Graciano of low production settled in poor lands of the terraces of the Ebro around San Vicente de la Sonsierra. Manual harvest during the second half of October.
Tasting Notes López de Haro Gran Reserva
Bright cherry red color, medium layer and edging with light tile tones. High aromatic intensity, clean and frank. The nose is complex with aromas of coffee, vanilla, roasted and balsamic integrated on an intense background of ripe fruit. In the elegant and round mouth, well balanced, velvety entry followed by a pleasant acidity and a silky and enveloping finish of its noble and mature tannins. Long aftertaste, spicy, balsamic memories and candied fruit.
Vidau red 2005
Technical Sheet Bodegas Escudero[columns] [span6] Type of Wine: Red Brand: Vidau red Grape variety: Vidau Bottle type: Bordeaux Capacity (cl): 75 Graduation (% vol.): 14 [/ span6] [span6] Warehouse: Squire Regions: Denomination Rioja Barrel type: American oak Permanence in Barrel: 10 months Operating temperature : 16º-18º C. Population: Pradejon [/ span6] [/ columns]
The grapes come from the “Cuesta la Reina” estate owned by the winery with 80-year-old vineyards. The manual harvest was carried out in the month of October. No pumping system was used in the process, only gravity so as not to damage the fruit. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks with native yeasts from the vineyard itself, controlling the temperature. The total duration of the maceration was 32 days. Once uncubated, in December, the wine went to French Allier oak and Romanian oak barrels where it was racked 5 times.
It was bottled in June (2 years later), remaining in the bottle for 12 months before being put on sale. With the word Vidau our ancestors called those farms with vines of different varieties. One word, a concept that Bodegas Escudero updates from the past and projects into the future. From the best selection of the most mature grapes from these old vineyards, a grateful and sincere wine emerges, very complex and very natural. A wine that sinks into the roots of tradition and evokes in time the memory of everything that lasts.
Tasting Notes Vidau red
Very covered cherry red color. Intense aromas with notes of ripe fruits, spices, balsamic and well assembled wood. Meaty and tasty on the palate, well balanced, and tannic. Long finish full of nuances with a predominance of ripe fruit and notes of aging.