Wine "Duquesa de la Victoria" Cosecha, Rioja DOC
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Reviews of purchase "Duquesa de la Victoria" Cosecha, Rioja DOC
Bright red wine with a hint of ocher.
The wine has a rounded, well-balanced, velvety taste with notes of walnut, black berries and spices and rich aftertaste.
Delicate aroma of wine is represented by a combination of classic vanilla notes donated by aging in barrels, and fresh fruit.
This versatile wine is particularly well with grilled red meats and cheeses.
Dry red wine monosortovoe "Don Hugo" Tempranillio created from grapes grown in the Rioja region. Vinification took place in small stainless steel tanks. In order to preserve the nature of a light fruit wine fermentation temperature was maintained at a level no higher than 26 ° C. The wine was aged for six months in new American oak barrels come from Ohio. To achieve the roundness of flavor bottled wine was sent to the cool cellar for additional exposure, which lasted for at least 4 months.
Winery Bodegas Victorianas belongs Faustino Group - a leader in the production of premium wines and management of wine farms producing products protected geographical origin (PDO). Today Faustino Group owns six categories Bodega PDO, located in different wine-growing regions of Spain: in Rioja (Bodegas Faustino, Campillo, Marques de Vitoria), Navarre (Bodegas Valcarlos), La Mancha (Bodegas Leganza).
Diverse Bodegas Viktorianas produces wines from different varieties of grapes grown in different regions of Spain. There is no corner of the country, the wine which would not be represented in the portfolio Bodegas Victorianas.
Bodegas Valdelana is a family winery, whose members have been engaged in winemaking for 14 generations, since the end of the 16th century. In 1624, Pedro Valdelana began to produce his wine in one underground cellar, which has survived to the present day.
The company is located in Elciego, in the Rioja Alavesa region. Since 1950, Pedro Valdelana, thanks to his perseverance and great desire, managed to expand the territory of his possessions. A little later his son, Isidoro Valdelana, inspired by the results of his ancestors' diligence, produces the first bottle of wine called Valdelana.
Currently, the owner of the company is Juan Jesús Valdelana. He started winemaking in 1980, buying his first vineyard in Elsiego, thereby slightly expanding the family winery. In 1991, Juan Jesús Valdelana was trained in viticulture, winemaking and marketing, receiving the honorary title of winemaker. He rightfully can be considered a modern leader and a real leader who achieves the goals set with the help of the age-old wisdom of his family.