Black fruits such as plums, cherries, and even a few raisins are accompanied by herbs and spices in the wine's nose; ...Read more...
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The Viña Bujanda Tempranillo-based wines are fresh with a good color and medium degree of alcohol. The elegant and complex Viña Bujanda Reserva expresses medium intensity with a bigarreu cherry color, a maroon rim, and cigar-box notes.
Black fruits such as plums, cherries, and even a few raisins are accompanied by herbs and spices in the wine's nose; the mouth is the same with fairly powerful tannins and lingering earth. The wine is compact, even slightly withdrawn at present, but with airing and time, it unfolds to a fair degree of complexity with red fruits and herbs gaining.
740000 bottles produced.
Aged 20 months in American Oak.
Aged 20 months in French Oak.
Notes: 20 months in American (70%) and French (30%) oak barrels
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