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LÁGRIMAS DE MARÍA MADURADO (Rioja)

Wine with a purplish red color typical of its youth, with intense aromas of ripe cherries and vanilla. Matured Tears of María shows a medium body in the mouth and a set of sensations of red fruit and spices, thanks to its aging in the barrel, it presents sweet tannins and a smooth finish. The “tears” of these wines are its mark on the glass and its memory on our palate. They are monovarietal wines made with the classic Rioja varieties: Viura and Tempranillo. In them the aromas and fruit flavors are protagonists.

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Ripened Tears of María (Rioja) A purplish-red wine typical of its youth, with intense aromas of ripe cherries and vanilla. Matured Tears of María shows a medium body in the mouth and a set of sensations of red fruit and spices, thanks to its aging in the barrel, it presents sweet tannins and a smooth finish. The “tears” of these wines are its mark on the glass and its memory on our palate. They are monovarietal wines made with the classic Rioja varieties: Viura and Tempranillo. In them the aromas and fruit flavors are the protagonists.To make this wine we combine two types of grapes from 2 well-differentiated areas, one specific for young wines and the other from which we obtain medium-term consumption aging (5 years) The grapes are obtained from vineyards planted between 450 and 490 meters above sea level on the lower terrace of our vineyard, in alluvial soil that allows us to obtain light, very fruity wines, with the typicality of a pure Rioja Tempranillo. at about 16-18ºC. Ideal for tapas and for informal meals, grilled vegetables, pâté and pasta. Aging: In American oak barrels for 12 months and rounding in the bottle between 6 and 10 months. If you have any questions about how to buy matured Tears of Mary, contact customer service staff.

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Weight 1.4 kg
Origin

Uruñuela (Rioja Alta)

Region

Rioja

Celler

Patrocinio

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