What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Violet glints / Clean / Bright|
|Powerful / Fruit aromas / Wild fruits / Sloes / Blueberries / Red fruit / Floral notes / Violets|
|Oily / Flavoursome / Balanced / Good acidity / Fruit-forward / Intense|
Drinking and storing
Semi-cured cheeses, White meats, Rice dishes, White tuna with tomato, Vegetable casseroles, Lentils with chorizo sausage
very soft and smooth wine, not quite enough umph for my taste,but still a quite good value red rioja wine
Bodega páramo no conocida
Un tempranillo para el tapeo y alternar con los amigos buen pasar
Bodegas Gran Feudo
Gran Feudo is a well-recognised brand name that has made its mark over the past 35 years and is known in over 60 countries. With connections to the Bodegas Julián Chivite family of Navarra, its history comes through one of Spain's oldest wine-making dynasties. In 1872 Claudio Chivite began building a winery called La Cascajera, which was named after the stone quarry where it was located, and this now houses Bodegas Gran Feudo, complete with renovation and refurbishments. Its...