Magnum Viña Ardanza Reserva 2011, made with tempranillo and garnacha is one of the emblematic Riojas, with a great intensity, on the nose it offers spicy aromas and in the mouth a nice structure with a wide aftertaste and elegant finish. In 1890 the Wine Company of La Rioja Alta was created for the production of high quality wines. In 1996 the new winery was founded in Labastida.
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|Wine Type||Red Wine|
|Cellar||La Rioja Alta|
|Guía Peñín Points||93|
|Points||2008 - 94 Puntos Tim Atkin / 2008 - 94 Puntos James Suckling|
|Country of Origin||Spain|
Magnum Viña Ardanza Reserva 2010 is a wine that has continued to evolve over the years without losing its more than well-known properties, elegant bouquet, intense and with a prolonged stay in the bottle that gives it a long aftertaste.
Most Tempranillo grapes come from the Viña Ardanza vineyard, with vineyards of 30 years, in the town of Fuenmayor, and the rest, a selection of own vineyards also located in the sub-area of Rioja Alta. As for Garnacha, it comes from the Rioja Baja subzone, from the municipalities of Ausejo and Tudelilla.
Aged for 36 months in American oak barrels of 3 years of average age, with six manual racking, and then in bottle until its release on the market.
Magnum Viña Ardanza Reserva 2010 is ideal to accompany red meats, lamb roasts, lamb cutlets, game and smoked and cured cheeses.
It is recommended to consume at a temperature between 17-18ºC.
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