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Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Gran Reserva

Bodegas Altanza is known in creating high quality and tasteful wines in Rioja.

Edulis Gran Reserva wine requires a minimum of five years cellaring to earn a complex, layered wine and full or personality.

Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Gran Reserva
Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Gran Reserva

The aging process of this Rioja Gran Reserva wine for three months in Allier 22,000 L oak vats and twenty – four months in French and American oak casks created superb and classic tasting notes.

The garnet red color with russet tint is how Edulis Gran Reserva is presented. It gives sweet blackberry and mocha on the palate with a rich aftertaste.

The syrupy blackberry and spiced vanilla notes are backed up with the hints of balsam fir and fume of leather and mineral.

Edulis Gran Reserva is an excellent match with venison, boar and partridge; it is also best paired with red meats and Gruyere or blue cheeses as well as with not-too-sweet chocolate desserts.

Information about Edulis Gran Reserva

Brand name: Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Gran Reserva
Wine name: Edulis Gran Reserva
Country: Spain
Region: Rioja
Appellation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Website: Bodegas Altanza

Tasting Notes

Tint: Garnet red with russet glints
Aroma: Leather and mineral
Aroma hints: Balsam fir
Flavour: Sweet blackberry and mocha
Flavour finish: Syrupy blackberry and spiced vanilla
Tannins: Sweet
Acidity: Good
Alcohol %: 13.5
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Game dishes such as venison, boar and partridge, red meats and Gruyere or blue cheeses as well as not-too-sweet chocolate desserts.
Grapes: 100% Tempranillo
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)

Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Gran Reserva


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