Martinez Alesanco, Reserva DOCa Rioja 2014
Blackcurrants, blackberries and ripe cherries that evolve slowly along with the vanilla from the wood to show the great aroma complexity of this rich wine that leaves flavors lingering on the palate.
90% Tempranillo and 10% Garnacha from our own vineyards in Badarán.
Type of production
It has remained in new American and French oak barrels for 16 months. After aging it rested in the bottle for 20 months until it was released to the market.
- Appearance: Garnet red, with upper-middle robe, intense pigmentation and ruby hues.
- Aroma: A high aromatic expression in a wine which evolves slowly in the glass, gradually revealing its fruity aromas (blackcurrants, blackberries, ripe cherries), balsamic hints, vanilla from the wood in the background and mineral notes.
- Palate: A fresh attack. A rich wine thanks to the hints of cocoa and vanilla resulting from the time in the barrel. Long aftertaste that leaves the palate imbued with a complex range of flavors that invite you to drink.
- Gran Gold Medal 2017 CONCOURS MONDIAL BRUXELLES
- TIM ATKIN 90 pts.
- JAMES SUCKLING 93 pts.