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Finca Allende Rioja Tinto 2011

Finca Allende, the estate created by the exuberant Miguel Ángel de Gregorio, is located in the hill town of Briones in the Rioja Alta. “Allende” can be roughly translated as “further”, reflecting the property’s philosophy to go further and further towards creating the perfect Rioja.

Made from 100% Tempranillo and aged for 14 months in new French oak, the Allende Rioja Tinto is intense ruby red in colour with fresh, vibrant blackberry, cranberry and wild forest fruit aromas. The palate has excellent depth, an elegant structure and perfectly integrated oak.


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Finca Allende
Ebro River Valley
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The Producer Finca Allende | Rioja Alta, Spain

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