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Martinez Lacuesta Roble

DO Rioja Alta, Spain (Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo) 750 ml Aged in oak for 7 months This young wine is produced by traditional systems using destemmed grapes. Long maceration period to extract the colour. It’s clean in the nose. Red fruits and vegetable aromas. Full-flavoured, light and fresh in the mouth, with a very pleasant fruity palate and a warm finish due to its brief period in new american oak barrels. It’s quite adequate to accompany stewed pulses, white and red meats, poultry and matured cheeses. Serve at a temperature of 15 ºC. ANALYSIS Alcohol Content: 13.47% Total Acidity: 4.9 g/L Volatile Acidity: 0.48 g/L Reducing Sugars: 1.7g/L RJ17.
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Martinez Lacuesta Rosado

DO Rioja Alta, Spain (100% Garnacha) 750 ml RECENT REVIEWS Light, bright orange. Ripe red berries and a hint of cherry pit on the nose. Lush and open-knit, offering slightly warm raspberry and cherry pit flavors and a hint of bitter orange pith. Picks up a peppery element with air and finishes with good bite and decent persistence. 87 Points. — Josh Raynolds (Vinous) 4/15 RJ30.
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Bodegas Martinez Lacuesta

Martinez Lacuesta White Martinez Lacuesta Rose Martinez Lacuesta Roble Martinez Lacuesta Red (375 ml) Martinez Lacuesta Crianza (375 ml) Martinez Lacuesta Crianza Martinez Lacuesta Campeador Martinez Lacuesta Reserva Ventilla 71 Reserva Especial Martinez Lacuesta Barrel Fermented White Félix Martínez Lacuesta founded the bodega in 1895, together with his brothers. He was the first president of the National Society of Winemakers and Associated Industries and he directed the La Rioja Wine Syndicate. Winemaker, Politician and Promotor. Félix Martínez Lacuesta (Haro 1873 – 1922) obtained a law doctorate from the University of Madrid. When barely 21 he founded the bodega. Don Félix, lawyer, politician and businessman, a moving force at the turn of the century, was the first president of the National Society of Winemakers and Associated Industries and president of the La Rioja Wine Syndicate. He was president of the Logroño Diputación (Regional Council) from 1913 to 1915 and Civil Governor.
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DO Rioja

Bodegas Martinez Lacuesta  (Haro, La Rioja) Bodegas Castillo de Sajazarra  (Sajazarra, La Rioja) Viñedos de Aldeanueva  (Aldeanueva del Ebro, La Rioja) Bodegas Sonsierra (San Vicente de la Sonsierra, La Rioja) Mediterranean wine culture was, in the Middle Ages, closely linked to the monastic life, as their major broadcasters were the monks. Rioja area is no exception and is proud that Gonzalo de Berceo, the first poet who wrote in the Romance language, the wine mentioned in the verses he wrote from his retreat in the Suso Monastery in San Millán de la Cogolla. The first document to make reference to protecting and ensuring the quality of Rioja wines dating from 1650, even before in 1102, King Sancho of Navarra legally recognized our prestigious wines. In 1787 was created the Royal Economic Society Rioja Growers, aimed at promoting the cultivation of vines, wine production and trade development. Already in the twentieth century,.
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