Viña Arana Reserva 2004

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Red wine Reserva 2004. This wine was aged for 36 months in American oak barrels.
Winery: La Rioja Alta
D.O.: Rioja
Variety: Tempranillo and Mazuela
Volume: 75 cl.

Rioja


15,50
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Other vintages: Viña Arana Reserva 2006.

Scores


88/100
92/100


Features Viña Arana Reserva 2004

A classic and elegant Reserva wine from La Rioja. It is produced by the group La Rioja Alta (which produces some of the best classic wines of the area) with the Tempranillo as protagonist, softened with a delicate presence of Mazuelo (5%).

It is aged for 36 months in American oak barrels of third year with 6 hand rackings. Before being bottled in November 2008, it rests in deposits for a few months. Once bottled, it is left to stay in the cellar for a few months.

Wine that can be stored for 2-3 years.

It is recommended to oxygenate it for a while before being served.

Tasting report Viña Arana Reserva 2004

Color

Intense cherry colour with thin violet borders. Clean and bright. Slow tears.

Nose

Intense ripe red fruit on an elegant background of vanilla and coconut provided by the good wood.

Flavour

It is powerful and silky in the palate with a very tasty but soft mid palate. High presence of fruit which makes it very pleasant. The good notes of toasted do not undermine the notes of fruit. Well-integrated and ripe tannins. Well-bodied wine with a long and very persistent finish and a balsamic and spicy aftertaste.
A classic wine from Rioja with a great elegance. A rounded wine.

Awards

2012 - Decanter WWA 2012, Bronze Medal


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Alcohol: 13 º
Serving at 17 ºC
We recommend decanting before serving

Pairing wine and food
Rice with meat, Vegetables , Grilled red meats , Stews , Roasts , Game birds , Blue fish , Mushrooms , Semi-mature Cheese , Jamón Ibérico de Bellota




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