Bodegas Volver Tempranillo la Mancha Paso a Paso 2010

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Bodegas Volver is a project developed and co-owned by Jorge Ordoñez and Rafael Cañizares. The winery is located in th...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Bodegas Volver is a project developed and co-owned by Jorge Ordoñez and Rafael Cañizares. The winery is located in the best terroir of La Mancha found in the eastern region of the DO. The deep sandy, iron-rich soils with a thick layer of chalk are the reason that the winery committed themselves to 247 acres of vineyards, which are located at an altitude of 1,980 feet and are situated in a very arid climate with cold winters and hot summers with cool nights. Winters are very cold; summers are hot with cool nights. The vines produce very low yields of one to two kg of grapes per vine.

Bodegas Volver is a project developed and co-owned by Jorge Ordoñez and Rafael Cañizares. The winery is located in the best terroir of La Mancha found in the eastern region of the DO. The deep sandy, iron-rich soils with a thick layer of chalk are the reason that the winery committed themselves to 247 acres of vineyards, which are located at an altitude of 1,980 feet and are situated in a very arid climate with cold winters and hot summers with cool nights. Winters are very cold; summers are hot with cool nights. The vines produce very low yields of one to two kg of grapes per vine.

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Dietary Information: Organic

48000 bottles produced.

Aged 6 months in French Oak.

Notes: Long slow fermentation and maceration followed by ageing for six months in French oak barrels 2-3 years old.


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