Medium-bodied & elegant, this wine has intense aromas of mellow fruit and spicy wood. Smooth, rounded & well-balanced, the palate has more savoury berry fruit and peppery spice flavours, with hints of vanilla.... more »
To the eye: Vivid, slightly purplish in colour, refl ecting its youth.On the nose: Combines the red berry aromas of the Grenache withthe tannic structure of the Tempranillo.In the mouth: Fruity strawberry and raspberry aromas thanks to theoutstanding ripeness of the grape.... more »
Intense, dark-cherry red, with a brick rim evincingfine development. Aromas of ripe cherries and blackberrieswith an earthy, mineral component, accompanied by spicynotes of cinnamon and sage. Deep, and complex on thepalate, with a velvety, silky, enveloping mouthfeel; very... more »
Intense cherry red, with a narrow bright violet rim, this wine has lots of mature red fruit aromas of cherry and strawberry with red fruits and a well integrated, light "toastiness" and medium body. Long and elegant finish.... more »
To the eye: Strikingly deep violet in colour.On the nose: Here is where the reductive nature of Graciano emerges. Itneeds to breatheand be aerated, so decanting is always recommendable.As the wine begins to breathe, it releases notes of minerals... more »
TASTING NOTES Colour: Deep cherry red with a violet rim. Aroma:: Ripe black fruits, marmalade, plum, with hints of spice and oak. Palate: Flavorful, full-bodied, and fresh with a pleasant mouth-feel with a finish marked by fine ... more »
The cold clay soil of Lanciego speaks very clearly on the nose, partnered by equally typical 'red heather' smells of the locale (thyme, lavender and more). No fruit bomb, it's a countryside wine, with meat, cherry, mint and licorice all in a swirl. There are hints of sweet spice and overall i... more »
Ederra Reserva is made from Tempranillo, from vines located in La Rioja Alta.
This wine is aged for 18 months in American oak barrels. Before it is launched on the market, it is left to stand in the bottle for a minimum of 2 years.
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