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Marques de Aldeanueva Joven

DO Rioja (100% Tempranillo) 750 mL COLOR Deep ruby red color with glints of plum violet along the rim. AROMA The wine has a rich aroma with notes of bright red fruits and berries. TASTE On the palate it is fruit-forward yet dry, with well-balanced structure, expressive tannins and a harmonious finish. GASTRONOMY Pairs wonderfully with cheese, charcuterie, red sauces and meat dishes..
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Viñedos de Aldeanueva

Azabache (100% Garnacha) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Joven (100% Tempranillo) 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 founding partners joined together with the goal of uniting together against the few buyers of the time, who took advantage of the dispersed offering of.
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Azabache Garnacha

DO Rioja Alta, Spain (100% Garnacha) 750 ml Violet-red color, with glints of purple. Dominant aromas of black fruit in liquor, melon, and tangerine, very clean and powerful, well balanced, very tasty, with mature, sweet tannins which provide it with softness and volume. Is very long, sweet and glyceric, reminiscent of sweet black fruit An excellent companion for steaks, red meats and all kinds of cheeses. RJ27.
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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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