Rioja Blanco, like many of the Old World’s most traditional white wines, is not ideal as a cocktail and one that seem...Read more...
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The Viura and Malvasia grapes were harvested from estate-owned vineyards in Rioja Alta. Tempranillo Blanco, a native variety that is exclusive to the DOCa Rioja and available only in very small quantities, was grown in Rioja Baja. Each variety was vinified separately in stainless steel tanks to preserve the integrity of the fruit. The wine is aged on the yeast lees for four months before it is blended and bottled.
Rioja Blanco, like many of the Old World’s most traditional white wines, is not ideal as a cocktail and one that seems to exist for food. When you add foods--fish, shellfish, even grilled fowl--the wine blossoms and displays its lemon, pear, and melon notes, along with a touch of dried pineapple.
Aged in Steel.
Notes: Vinified in stainless steel
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