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Viña Salceda 50 Aniversario 2017

Viña Salceda 50 Aniversario



/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.5%
Production4,900 bottles

The wine

Viña Salceda 50 Aniversario is a homage to the history of this winery from the small town of Elciego (Rioja Alvesa), using a selection of grapes from their most emblematic vineyards to create a wine which truly expresses the essence of the Viña Salceda winery.

As well as using a careful selection of the best fruit, only 4,900 bottles are produced making it a unique wine. Aged for 18 months in American (80%) and French (20%) barrels, Salceda 50 Aniversario is a balanced and full-bodied red wine with a wonderfully juicy and mature mouth dominated by fresh black fruits. A mature wine which reflects the uniqueness of the Elciego landscape, where the climate of the Cantabria and Demanda mountain ranges balances out Atlantic and Mediterranean influences. A red wine born from the experience of 50 years of winemaking at Viña Salceda; a reference winery for the know-how behind Rioja wines.

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Suckling lamb / Eggs with truffles / Sheep cheese

Customer reviews

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Ageing period18 months
Type of woodAmerican oak


ClimateAtlantic with Mediterranean influence

The winery

Bodegas Viña Salceda

Bodegas Viña Salceda

Viña Salceda was founded in Elciego in 1969, a picturesque town in the Rioja Alavesa. Since 1998 it has belonged to the Chivite family, committed to the production of wines of the highest quality which for their part reflect the essence of the terroir. Viña Salceda currently makes four wines with very distinct personalities: two wines of the traditional type, a Crianza and a Reserva, and two wines with a more modern profile: Puente de Salceda and Conde de la Salceda, the latter...