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NAVAJAS COSECHA (Rioja)

The typical nuances of the Mazuelo-powered tempranillo variety are very well appreciated, helping it to enhance its correct acidity and fruity wild aroma by remembering red berries. Harvest knives is cherry red with slight violet nuances and the tone of its middle layer are an expression of its youth, giving us a fresh but complex and tasty mouth with a very soft astringency and a very vivid and satisfied medium-long aftertaste.

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A red wine where the typical nuances of the Mazuelo-powered tempranillo variety are very well appreciated that helps to enhance its correct acidity and fruity wild aroma remembering red berries. Harvest knives is cherry red with slight violet nuances and the tone of its middle layer are expression of its youth, giving us a fresh but complex and tasty mouth with a very soft astringency and a very vivid and satifactory medium-long aftertaste.As a result of the annual monitoring of the vegetative cycle, the harvest date is determined always looking for a phenolic and aromatic maturation appropriate within the potential of the area. The harvest is carried out manually between the last week of September and the first half of October. The grapes, once destemmed, are pregnant and after 24-48 hours of cold maceration ferment with their own wild yeasts at a temperature not higher than 28oC. After this first process the wine is racked and the appropriate mixtures are made prior to malolactic fermentation that occurs naturally at a temperature between 17 and 19o C.After a few months of rest in deposits of acer. , the wine after a gentle clarification and filtration passes into the bottle to achieve proper roundness. Service temperature: between 14o and 16oC.Go to the Navajas websiteIt is doubtful how to buy Navajas harvest please contact our customer service staff.

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Weight 1.4 kg
Origin

Navarrete, Rioja Alta

Region

Rioja

Celler

Navajas

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