From the Los Almendros estate at an altitude of 460 metres, Barón de Ley delight us with this expressive and fresh Graciano wine. Infinite aromatic sensations and an excellent balance make this a wine which can be either enjoyed straight away or left to improve in the bottle for a few years.
What does this wine taste like?
|Morello cherry red / Opaque / Bluish glints|
|Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Redcurrants / Red fruit / Ageing notes / Vanilla / Mineral notes|
|Good entry / Vibrant / Intense / Fresh / Well-integrated tannins / Fruit notes / Red fruit|
Drinking and storing
Sirloin steak, Roast lamb, Small game dishes
Ratings and awards
|2010||90 PK||90 PN|
Para los monovarietalistas no es fácil encontrar un 100% Graciano. Este es un vino muy interesante para probar esa uva. Repetirá. 👍👍👍
|Ageing period||12 months|
|Type of wood||American oak|
Barón de Ley
The Barón de Ley winery is located in an old monastery in the town of Mendavia, in the Navarre area of the DOCa Rioja appellation. Founded in 1985 and inspired by the Médoc châteaux in France, its Reserva and Gran Reserva wines were quickly rated among the best wines for long-term ageing. One of the few Spanish wineries listed on the stock exchange, it is now a business group bringing together names such as El...