£ 18.81/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Barón de Ley 7 Viñas Reserva 2012
Bottle size and vintage
Barón de Ley 7 Viñas Reserva is a perfect example of a 'true Rioja', celebrating blends and biodiversity. It comes from one single vineyard, over 70 years old, alive with all the different varieties used to make this wine, including three white grapes; Tempranillo, Graciano, Red Grenache, Carignan, Macabeo, Malvasia and Grenache Blanc. The fruit is vinified in four separate processes, and the resulting four wines are left to age for 36 months in different kinds of barrels. The final coupage is aged for twelve months in 10,000-litre French oak casks.
A complex, elegant and very long wine which delights the nose with aromas of ripe berries and flowers such as roses and violets, and notes of spices and vanilla thanks to its ageing. In the mouth, it is balanced, rich in flavours, and wide and fruity with smooth tannins.
- Vine age:70 years
- Climate:Atlantic with mediterranean influence
- ViewPicota cherry red / Dark
- Bouquet:Vanilla / Violets / Spices / Roses / Berries
- Mouth:Balanced / Full / Smooth tannins / Tasty
- Decanting:Aeration is recommended
Es ist ein sehr ausgewogener und sehr edler Wein. Zu einem schönen Essen ist er ein hervorragender Begleiter. Er macht Lust nach mehr. Den Wein kann ich absolut weiterempfehlen.
Barón de Ley
The Barón de Ley winery is located in an old monastery in Mendavia (Navarre), within the DOCa Rioja appellation. Founded in 1985 and based on the model of the châteaux in the Médoc region, the cellar has deservedly gained a reputation as a specialist in producing wines for ageing with their excellent Reservas and Gran Reservas. It is one of the few Spanish wineries listed on the stock exchange as part of the larger wine group which goes under the same name and includes other ...