Viña Tondonia Tinto 6º Año 2008 75 cl.R. Lopez de Heredia Viña Tondonia
R. Lopez de Heredia Viña Tondonia elaborates this extra-old red wine in the D.O.C. Rioja (España) with tempranillo, garnacha, graciano y cariñena grapes.
Viña Tondonia Reserve 2008 was elaborated with Tempranillo Grapes (75%), Garnacho (15%), Graciano and Mazuelo (10%), from vineyards Property of the winery. Year officially qualified as very good. If something distinguishes the wines of R. López de Heredia are the long crianzas, in this case the wine has aged in barrel for 6 years with 2 trascegas per year. Clarified with Fresh egg whims. Bottling without filtering, we recommend the decantation several hours before its consumption.
Color: Bright ruby ??with lightweight tile borders.
Nose: very fine nose , Fresh, toast with light Aromas of vanilla. Very persistent.
Taste: very dry, soft, round and developed.
With spicy notes and vanilla of aging in Barrel, without realizing the whole bottle is over, very easy to take, accompanies both hot salads with quail, puff pastry, foie with reduction of raspberry jam, such as lamb roasted, or piglet. In general, practically with everything, it is a very versatile wine.
- 75 cl.
- Made by
- R. Lopez de Heredia Viña Tondonia
- Made in
- Designation of Origin
- D.O.C. Rioja
- 13% Vol.
- Extra-long Aging
- Grape Variety
- Robert Parker Rating
- 93 RP
- Guía Peñín Rating
- 93 GP
About R. Lopez de Heredia Viña Tondonia
In R. López de Heredia, the winemaking process is a family heritage that is passed down from generation to generation.
Viña Tondonia is a beautiful vineyard of more than 100 hectares, located on the right bank of the Ebro River, where the most common Riojan vinifera are grown. This vineyard was planted by Don Rafael López de Heredia y Landeta between 1913-1914, where the most famous wine of the winery is called.
Special mention should be made of the white wines from Viña Tondonia, since if there is a house with experience in old white wines, it is López de Heredia. This house has not had any prejudice to age the wine in oak for as long as the reds, producing the most successful wines both inside and outside the Spanish borders.