Wine Agricola Castellana, "Conde Otinano" Blanco, Rioja DOC, 2018
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Reviews of purchase Agricola Castellana, "Conde Otinano" Blanco, Rioja DOC, 2018
The wine is rich, clear garnet color.
The taste of wine is a fresh start and continue a clean, soft notes of red and black fruits. Roundness, good acidity, elegant, good size and enough ripe tannins characterize this harmonious wine with a long persistent finish.
The aroma of wine shows notes of cherry, raspberry, strawberry, rose jam, combined with smoky oak and spice tones and shades.
The wine should be served to the hard cheeses, pasta, meat, rice, appetizers, fish, game.
"Lealtanza" Crianza appeal to those who like a young, modern dry red wine with a strong personality. If you love getting little joy from the delicious food and good wine at your table, you will certainly try "Lealtansa" Kriansa. It is suitable for traditional dishes from different countries. Fermentation of grapes Tempranillo passes on natural yeast that is inherent in the production of wines Bodegas Altanza, and then the wine is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels. The recommended period of use - 3-7 years from the year of harvest.
In 2015, the wine "Lealtansa" Kriansa received a silver medal at "Mundus Vini".
Agricola Castellana is a family wine company. It was founded in 1935, currently accounting for 20% of all white wines produced in the Rueda region. The company owns more than 2150 hectares of vineyards, with vines of various varieties: Verdejo, Sauvignon Blanc, Palomino Fino, Tempranillo and others. There is a small part of the age-old vines. The winery, owned by Agricola Castellana, is called "Cuatro Rayas" , this name became the second name of the company. All the work on "Cuatro Rayas" is carefully controlled by the technical department to get the highest quality drinks. The winery uses modern quality control systems BRC and IFS. The aging of the wine takes place in oak barrels, the winery owns 2000 barrels of French and American oak. Annually the company produces 15 million bottles.