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Manzanos Gran Reserva

D.O.Ca Rioja (Spain)

Wine making process

A good selection from exclusive vineyards noted for freshness and concentration after an early morning hand harvest. Fermentation (max 25oC) in small inox tanks with pumping over five times a day and a 14 day maceration. Ageing in French and American oak barrels for 4-6 years in search of a full integration of the wine and the oak. Fined in concrete tanks for various months.


Great Selection of grapes of our vineyards of Rioja del Reyno in Azagra and San Adrián, complemented with Grenaches from high areas of Yerga in Aldeanueva de Ebro. The vineyards are older than 50 years old in bush and located on slopes with south expire in clay-calcareous soils (predominant in the area) with blocks of plaster.


A medium intense garnet colour.


Deep balsamic oaky aromas of dried prunes, liquorice and sweet spices, clove, tobacco and cedar.


Smooth silky elegant tannins with well integrated body and acidity.

Type of Wine

Gran Reserva.


Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo, Graciano.


Barrel: 36 months, between 4 and 6 years old French and American oak barrels.
Bottle: At least 2 years

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  Food pairings

Would pair well with BBQ meats, stews, game and lamb dishes.