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Bodegas Taron Reserva 2005

Winemaker's Notes:

This follows the traditional process for stemmed grapes. The grapes are placed in small tanks and left to macerate at a low temperature for 2 to 3 days. Fermentation lasts about 7 days and the total time in the vat is around 15-18 days.The wine is transferred to casks after a brief period of natural rest after malolactic fermentation. It remains in new American oak casks, with an average age of 2 years, for 14 months in the right kind of conditions of temperature and humidity, during which the processes and reactions take place which will allow proper bottle maturation during a further 14 months in the bottle cellar, achieving its complex stability for the consumer to enjoy

Region: Spain » Rioja

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Winery: Bodegas Taron
Color: Red
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09/12/2013

Four and a half glasses



Tasting Notes:

Ruby-red colour with medium-high depth of intensity, this wine achieves the desired balance and fine bouquet through its cask ageing and maturation. It is meaty and full, with a highly expressive, elegant finish and a long, serene aftertaste.

This follows the traditional process for stemmed grapes. The grapes are placed in small tanks and left to macerate at a low temperature for 2 to 3 days. Fermentation lasts about 7 days and the total time in the vat is around 15-18 days.The wine is transferred to casks after a brief period of natural rest after malolactic fermentation. It remains in new American oak casks, with an average age of 2 years, for 14 months in the right kind of conditions of temperature and humidity, during which the processes and reactions take place which will allow proper bottle maturation during a further 14 months in the bottle cellar, achieving its complex stability for the consumer to enjoy

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Dietary Information: Certified Sustainable

3500 cases produced.

Closure: Cork

Aged 14 months in American Oak.

Notes: New American oak barrels

Wine Specs:

Alcohol: 13.5%

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