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Hacienda el Ternero Reserva 2013, Rioja

Hacienda el Ternero Reserva 2013, Rioja

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Hacienda el Ternero have made this fantastically concentrated Reserva from a blend of 95% Tempranillo and 5% Mazuelo. They create barrels just for this wine from French oak which have had a special toast for 26 minutes to impart the desired flavour.

It has concentrated black fruits and chocolate on the nose. The palate is full bodied with blackberries, black olives, dark chocolate, balsamic and wild herb notes. There are grippy tannins balanced with the fresh acidity which is a characteristic of the Rioja Alta area.

Ideal with roasts, especially game such as pheasant or pigeon, spicy cured meats as well as matrue cheeses.

Hacienda el Ternero

Hacienda el Ternero dates back to 1077 AD, when it belonged to the Santa Maria de Herrerea Monastery. The chapel still remains in the estate to shelter the patron saint, la Virgen de la Pera.

The village is part of the administrative area of Castilla y Leon as the church sold the land to the state at the begining of the 19th century. Despite this, the wine is classified as Rioja under the DOC regulatoins as geographically it falls well within the Rioja boundaries.

The Bodega takes its name from the village of El Ternero where it is located. The village used to have just 156 people living there. In the 1960`s the entire village was sold to three Basque families who planted vineyards to sell grapes to large producers.

In 2009, the current owner bought the village and launched the new brand of Hacienda el Ternero. Their 60 hectares of vineyards are in one of the highest areas of Rioja and sit at an altitude of 650m.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 14%%
Current Stock: 9
BIN: BTL-0189
Style: Red
Vegan: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes

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Rioja, Spain

The leading Spanish winemaking region, both for its classically-styled wines, with their unique suitability for ageing, and for the new generation wines.

There are three distinct sub-regions (Rioja Alta, Rioja Oriental and Rioja Alavesa) and four classifications (Joven, Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva), giving innovative winemakers endless possibilities to craft stunning wines.