Wine Bodegas Ramon Bilbao, Gran Reserva, Rioja DOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Bodegas Ramon Bilbao, Gran Reserva, Rioja DOC, 2011
Wine rich ruby color with red reflections.
Elegant wine with a complex and harmonious taste with pleasant tannins. Bright notes of tobacco and cocoa intertwine with hints of fruit and minerals. Long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine combines tones of exotic spices and mountain herbs, accompanied by subtle mineral and smoky notes.
The wine is recommended to serve the roast lamb, red meat with spicy sauces.
Ramon Bilbao, Gran Reserva, 2005 - dry red Spanish wine from the Rioja region, created from grapes Tempranillo, Graciano and Garnacha. The vineyards are located in the famous wine area Rioja Alta. Extract of wine held in American oak barrels for 30 months and 36 months in bottles in the cellar of the winery.
Winery Bodegas Ramon Bilbao was founded in 1924 by a man named Ramon Bilbao. It was truly a year of great discoveries and innovations in the world - the first aircraft, the era of television broadcasts, attempt the conquest of Everest. The base of the winery was saturated with general mood changes, and the inevitable progress of human development. It is this wave, and remained at the heart of the philosophy of Bodegas Ramon Bilbao. Until 1966, the company passed on the family line from hand to hand. Since 1972, it became a joint stock company, and in 1999 was acquired by Mr. Diego Zamora, who returned to the winery Bodegas Ramon Bilbao status of "family" business.
Rioja wine region is located in the Ebro Valley, to the north of the Cantabrian mountain range. Long since this region is considered ideal for growing vines. Vineyards, which lie 100 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide, located at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level. Undoubtedly, Rioja - the cradle of true quality of Spanish wine.