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Characteristics of Barón de Ley Rosado de Lágrima
Barón de Ley Rosado de Lagrima is a rosé wine from the D.O.C Rioja produced by the Barón de Ley (situated in Mendavia, Navarra). The winery was founded back in the 1980’s with the aim of producing classic style wines.
The winery is currently home to 400 hectares of vineyards situated across different zones of the D.O.C Rioja, with the different grape varieties adapting to the different microclimates of the DO, from the Alavesa to the Rioja Baja.
Barón de Ley Rosado de Lagrima is a blend of two different grape varieties: Garnacha and Tempranillo, which come from vineyards in the Almendros estate, situated in the Rioja Baja, and are harvested by hand.
The winemaking process is carried out using the saignée method of the two varieties. This comprises of maceration for 8 hours in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures with the obtained must being used for this rosé.
Barón de Ley Rosado de Lagrima offers a good balance between fruity and acidity, and is a fresh wine that is easy to drink.
Serve at 8ºC
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La Rioja is one of the most important areas of wine production in the world. It has a long history, and exceptional soils and climates. From the Tempranillo and Grenache varieties they make great red wines that are masterfully aged which demonstrates the experience passed from generation to generation.
Barón de Ley is one of those Rioja wineries whose first wines were born with a true vocation for the future. There has probably never been a winery in the area of La Rioja of the Navarre area that has been as controversial as Barón de Ley, where the modern character of its wines encountered the first renewed tastes. And Barón de Ley, after a few years producing test wines for another winery, was very clear as to what they wanted to be and what they wanted to do: a winery with a châteaux philosophy, with its own vineyards and a limited production, based on the concept of making single-vineyard wines, modern, in the Bordeaux style but with Rioja class.