Vinsacro Technical Sheet
Type of Wine: Red
Brand: Vinsacro Dioro
Grape variety: Vidau
Bottle type: Bordeaux
Capacity (cl): 75
Graduation (% vol.): 13,50
Regions: Denomination Rioja
Barrel type: French oak
Permanence in Barrel: 17 months
Operating temperature : 16º-18º C.
Grape selected from old vines of the “Cuesta la Reina” payment on the southern slope of Monte Yerga, on a Caracosol slope that begins at 450 m and rises to 800 meters. Its soils are poor and stony calcareous clay. It is a farm of more than 120 hectares that has belonged to the Escudero family for 4 generations, and in which the vineyard has always been cultivated. The productions
per hectare they are very low.
The Tempranillo variety is harvested in the first week of October, in the third week the Garnacha harvest is made, followed by the Graciano, to finish in the first week of November with the Mazuelo variety. The grapes are harvested by hand, selecting the grapes, transporting them to the winery in boxes.
The fermentation was carried out with native yeasts and it was macerating for 34 days, breaking the hat daily. Then it went to the barrel where it made malolactic fermentation. It remained in the barrel for 17 months and was bottled after a light filtration.
Tasting Notes Vinsacro Dioro
Very intense dark cherry color. Very expressive showing aromas of good maturity, balsamic nuances and notes of leather and minerals with a very pleasant vanilla background. Tasty with a lot of body and structure, with ripe and round tannins, leaving a feeling of asking for another glass. Very long and wide. (The slogan of our winemaker "wine is to enjoy")