Monthly Archives: February 2015

Viñedos de Aldeanueva

Azabache Garnacha (100% Garnacha) 750 ml Azabache Tempranillo (100% Tempranillo) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Joven (100% Tempranillo) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Crianza (Tempranillo, Garnacha blend) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Reserva (Tempranillo, Garnacha blend) 750 ml Over a century has gone by since the first vines were planted in Aldeanueva. Its excellent climate and rich soils together with the know-how of the local growers, resulted in grapes that were highly valued for their colour and alcohol content. These were —and have continued to be until present day— the basis of many aged Rioja wines. Grapes of this quality lead to significant demand which meant expandidg our vineyards to the current 2,600 hectares. History The bodega was founded on 20 November 1955 by a group of growers from Aldeanueva de Ebro. Months later, in February 1956, the first Articles of Association were drafted and they began building the winery. Those.
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DO Valle del Maipo (Chile)

Bodegas Portal del Alto (Valle del Maipo, Chile) Lucatoni Vineyards (Valle del Maipo, Chile) Closest wine region to the city of Santiago. Vineyards stretch eastward from Santiago to the Andes and westward to the coast to form three distinct sectors of the Maipo Valley best known for its well-balanced red wines. Alto Maipo reaches into the foothills and produces some of Chile’s leading Cabernets. Central Maipo is one of the country’s oldest and most diverse productive regions, and Coastal Maipo—a relative newcomer—benefits from the cool maritime influence that slides over and between the Coastal Mountains. Alto Maipo Rising into the Andean foothills, the Alto Maipo section ranges from roughly 1,300 to 2,600 feet (400 to 800 meters) above sea level and is highly influenced by the mountains themselves. The rising sun must scale the Argentine side of the peaks before first morning light reaches the vines on its western—Chilean—slopes. The afternoon.
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