Wine Vina Bujanda, Crianza, Rioja DOCa
Reviews of purchase Vina Bujanda, Crianza, Rioja DOCa
Wine of deep ruby red color.
The wine has a soft, fresh, elegant taste with velvety tannins and a long finish.
The aroma of wine is revealed expressive notes of red berries, typical for Tempranillo grapes, complemented with light mineral nuances.
The wine is an ideal match for red meats, game, grilled meat, white meat, Spanish ham, sausage, blue cheese and savory cheeses.
"Ederra" Reserva, 2010 - soft and very aromatic wine with silky tannins and an elegant finish, created from grapes Tempranillo. Bilbainas vineyards in Rioja have a favorable geographical location, beautiful Mediterranean climate and chalky gravel soil, which is ideal for growing Tempranillo. This variety has a thick skin with a high content of anthocyanins, which serves as the basis for intense color of wine. Crop is harvested by hand. Berries are pressed, the must passes maceration, which lasts 15 days. After that, the wine is kept in American oak barrels for 12 months. During aging in barrels taste of wine is rounded and filled with lots of tannins. After aging the wine bottled and aged for about two years.
Spain is the third largest wine-growing country in the world with a huge variety of climatic, cultural and, of course, wine traditions. Among the wide range of manufacturers, historic winery Bilbaínas considered the largest in the subregion Rioja Alta and the fourth largest in the Rioja region, whose name is believed to have derived from the river Oja River (el Rio Oja). The origins of winemaking in this region dates back to ancient Roman times - so say archaeologists have found here during archaeological excavations of the press and wine cellars. Along with the centuries-old traditions, winery introduces the latest innovations and achievements of modernity, updating traditional winemaking methods with the help of modern technology. Technical changes introduced by gradually to keep corporate style wines, but they add more color, variety and taste profile imagine greater wealth fragrant bouquet.
The origins of the company Bilbainas its origins back in 1859, when the phylloxera epidemic threatened the vineyards of France. It was then that the company "Savignon Freres ET CIE", to save his job, suffered a grape production in Haro and, unlike other manufacturers who are now grown grapes in Spain, and sold the wine in France, decided to work on the Spanish market. For several years, was built winery in Haro. 40 years later, when the phylloxera epidemic in France was finally defeated, "Savignon Freres" sold their business in Rioja. The new owners of the plant became the owner of the winery Bilbainas, founded in 1901. In 1997 Bodega Bilbainas was acquired by Codorniu, which resulted in a weighty modernization of production and work on improving the quality of products. Have been updated cellar renovated winery and carried out work in the vineyards. Today "Bilbainas" - is 250 hectares of land located in the municipalities of Haro and Villalba and employed Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano, Mazuela, Malvasia and Viura. They provide 70% of raw materials for the production of wines, while the remaining 30% are purchased from local producers.
Having a clear concept of producing wines from its own vineyards, Joaquín Martínez Bujanda founded the winery in 1889. In 1951, Familia Martinez Bujanda acquired the Cosecheros y Criadores plant, thereby expanding the range of products.
In 1997, the construction of the Finca Valpiedra plant, integrated into a unique landscape between Fuenmayor and Kenisero, begins. In 2009, the company launched a new project called Vina Bujanda.
For many years, the Bukhanda family explored the best terroirs and vineyards, selecting for their wines exceptional grapes. To date, the company's products are exported to many countries around the world, annually the wines win medals and awards at various local and international competitions.