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(2021) Crisp and gently aromatic, their fresh sliced pear, a touch of herby grassiness and a little melon rind note. The palate is vivid and lemony, a bit of texture and grip from lees ageing I'd guess, but balanced and concentrated into the finish.
(2016) Whilst enjoying nowhere near the same fame as Red Rioja, Rioja Blanco is a very traditional style and this is a fine example at a very good price - £6.99 as part of a mixed six from Majestic until the 24th of October. Aged three months in barrel has given a definite buttery vanilla cream character to the Viura fruit which is otherwise lemony and bright. In the mouth it has some real acid grip, though medium-bodied with 12.5% alcohol, but there's that supporting creaminess again to the apple and citrus fruit. Watch the video for more information and food matching ideas.
(2011) 13%. From an old Viura vineyard at an altitude of 700 metres. The first barrel fermented white in Rioja, spending four months in new French oak. Oak is quite subtle, with lovely floral aromatics and a delicate apple peel fragrance. The palate has lovely freshness, with lots of lemony freshness and a very clean finish showing just a touch of spiciness.
(2011) 13%. From an old Viura vineyard at an altitude of 700 metres. The first barrel fermented white in Rioja, spending four months in new French oak. Oak is quite subtle, with lovely floral aromatics and a delicate apple peel fragrance. The palate has lovely freshness, with lots of lemony freshness and a very clean finish showing just a touch of spiciness.
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