Azabache Blanco `barrel fermented` 2009
- Bodegas Aldeanueva
- Oaked Style
- Body Style
- Full bodied
- Dry / Sweet Style
- Alcohol Content (%)
- Closure Style
- Organic / Biodynamic
The region of La Rioja lends its name to Spain`s most widely recognised wines. Much Rioja is blended from three districts; Alta and Alevesa to the north and the hot dry Baja district to the south, and uses Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano and Mazuelo red grape varieties and the diminishing influence of extended aging in oak barrels.
Bodegas Aldeanueva is a state of the art cooperative, founded in December 1956. The Bodegas now owns 2600 hectares of vineyards at the foot of Mount Yerga, in the dry region of the Rioja Baja. With limited risk of rot, it is an area conduive to the principles of organic viticulture, to which the Bodegas is firmly and successfully committed. The cooperative have recently invested heavily in a new winery, the fruits of which we are now seeing.
Made from 100% Viura, which is fermented in new oak barrels. This white Rioja is well balanced, fresh and lively with an aroma of lemons and vanilla, finishing with a creamy texture and crisp acidity.
Well balanced, fresh and lively with an aroma of lemons and vanilla, this white Rioja finishes with a creamy texture and crisp acidity
Selection of tapas, paella or fabada Asturiana.
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