"90% Tempranillo, 5% Mazuelo, 5% Graciano. 30 months in barrel. Smells of toast, leather, spicy roasted nuts. A portcullis of tannins, but there is fruit craning through the bars. Layers of prunes, dried cranberries and cherries, and dark chocolate. Some creaminess and lots of very ripe, crumbling tobacco leaves. Spiced cigar on the finish." Tamlin Currin
Bodegas Señorío de Arana is a family winery founded in 1905 and it is one more step in the long family tradition of viticulture that we hand down from one generation to the next. They are located in a privileged area for the farming of the grapes called Labastida (Rioja Alavesa). The winery has more than 100 hectares of vineyards and has a production of 650.000 bottles. The family firm produces its wine with a combination of tradition, devotion and care and the guarantee of quality provided by state-of-the art technology.
Modern, vibrant, unoaked Tempranillo. Soft and approachable, this has been intentionally nudged towards a more fruit forward style with super light tannins making it a smashable bottle of wine. (for...
Black cherry and lightly herbal aromas. Pure black fruit on the palate with savoury notes and ripe tannins. Well-structured with fresh balancing acidity on the finish. Sommelier Wine Awards -...
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A blend of Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro, Jaen and Touriga Nacional, this wonderful wine from the Dao is full of ripe cherry, plum and blackberry fruit. One of Portugal's most progressive...