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Siglo Reserva

D.O.Ca Rioja (Spain)

Wine making process

The grapes are harvested early in the morning, selecting each cluster by hand. The grapes are collected in 12 kg boxes, arriving at the winery in perfect freshness and quality conditions. Fermentation is carried out in 13,000-liter truncated cone-shaped stainless steel tanks. The aging is carried out in French and American oak barrels and is aged for at least 12 months in bottle.


This wine is the result of the blend of two of our best vineyards: “Los Poyatos”, a sunny vineyard of more than 50 years old in the area of Azagra, with clay-loam soils at an altitude of 420 meters above sea level. “Los Quiñones” is our oldest Garnacha vineyard planted in 1978 on the slopes of Yerga, Aldeanueva de Ebro, at an altitude of over 500 meters in clay-ferrous soil.


Tile red color of medium intensity.


The nose is dominated by red fruits, prunes and licorice with notes of pastry, black pepper and vanilla from the barrel aging.


The palate is round, with nice structure, balanced acidity and elegant tannins that give way to notes of fruit in liqueur.

Type of Wine



Tempranillo, Garnacha.


24 months in French and American oak barrels plus subsequent refinement in bottle for 12 months.

  Food pairings

Turkey, pork, grilled vegetables, black pudding and spicy Asian dishes.