Bodegas Miguel MerinoRioja, Spain
* Bodegas Miguel Merino born of tenacity and enthusiasm of its founder, Miguel Merino. The town of Briones in Rioja Alta, with very old vines of Tempranillo, planted between 1931 and 1963 glass at an altitude of 550 meters, clay-limestone soils and climate with strong Mediterranean influence, offered everything he wanted. It also has a small vineyard of Graciano, grape maturation and wine which requires special attention and that brings spark to tannins and Tempranillo.
Harvesting by hand in small boxes, with no discharge chute, and review of all clusters guarantee perfect ripeness of the grapes. After de-stemming, alcoholic fermentation and malolactic fermentation the wine will be raised in the house Murúa barrels of American oak, French and Hungarian.
In the words of its founder, Michael Murphy, "this development encourages us to grow not in production but in perfecting our style, to keep learning to interpret each strain and each barrel. A still enjoy making wine."
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