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Torre de Ona Reserva Rioja

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Torre de Ona Reserva Rioja

The Torre De Ona 75cl is medium robe, bright cherry red colour with pink hints on the rim of the glass.  A clean, frank aroma  from this reserva rioja with a predominance of blackberries, blueberries and a spicy background acquired while it was aged in casks. Balanced t... Read More

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  • Country: Spain
  • Region: Rioja
  • Vintage: 2012
  • Bottle Volume: 75cl
  • Grape Variety: Tempranillo
  • ABV: 13.7%
  • Wine Style: Medium Bodied Red
  • Food Match: Lamb, beef & game

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The Torre De Ona 75cl is medium robe, bright cherry red colour with pink hints on the rim of the glass.  A clean, frank aroma  from this reserva rioja with a predominance of blackberries, blueberries and a spicy background acquired while it was aged in casks. Balanced to the palate, it has a medium body and polished, silky tannins, pleasantly reminiscent of wine from Spain.

Rioja Alavesa. Medium aftertaste, which will become long and highly complex in the bottle.

The growth cycle and ripening process were slow, leading to a leisurely, selective harvest, in which we obtained first class grapes, also thanks to a moderate yield. The grapes were picked by hand, lot by lot, depending on each vineyard’s ripening process. Most of the grapes thus reached the winery at their best, with excellent health and a good balance between acidity and polyphenols, ideal for musts of great aromatic expression.

Tempranillo with a small percentage of Mazuelo (5%), from the vineyards on the Altos Vallecilla, Calvo and Camino de la Iglesia lots near the Torre de Oña winery.

The grapes were harvested into 400 kg cases and delivered to the winery on refrigerated trucks, where they remained until the temperature was 4⁰C. The grapes were then de-stemmed and pressed and stored in stainless steel tanks for 3 days at under 12⁰C, to obtain pre-fermentation maceration while cold, to highlight the grapes’ characteristics. Alcoholic fermentation took 15 days at a controlled temperature of 27⁰C. Fifty-one per cent (51%) of this wine’s coupage underwent malolactic fermentation in new French and American oak casks, with a weekly battonage throughout the process (46 days). The rest of the wine underwent malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 34 days, moving the lees every 15 days.

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