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Señorío Amézola Rioja Reserva 2012

The Señorío Amézola Rioja Reserva is a red wine made from carefully selected parcels of Tempranillo, Mazuelo, and Graciano grapes. After vinification the wine was aged for 24 months in a combination of French (40%) and American (60%) oak barrels, followed by a period of rest in bottle before its release.

Intense ruby ​​red in colour the Señorío Amézola Rioja Reserva displays aromas of fresh fruit, blackberries and raspberries on the nose. The palate offers spicy notes alongside liquorice and tobacco. This is a complex wine, balanced with good body and a long satisfying aftertaste.


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Bodegas Amézola de la Mora
Ebro River Valley
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The Producer Bodegas Amézola de la Mora | Rioja Alavesa, Spain

Bodegas Amezola de la Mora Winery Entrance

Bodegas Amézola de la Mora is a small family owned estate of 60ha located in Rioja Alavesa, in Torremontalbo; a tiny village of no more than 20 inhabitants!

The bodega has been aptly run by sisters Cristina and María Amézola following...

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The Region Spain | Ebro River Valley

Snaking between the Sierra de Cantábria mountains and the Sierra Demanda, the River Ebro and its tributaries have helped carve out vineyards that have been celebrated for at least two centuries.

Rioja DOC/DOCa is a wine region that has traditionally carried Spain’s reputation for high quality wine...

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The Primary Grape Wine By Grape Variety | Tempranillo

Organic vines in vineyard with grass and crop cover

Tempranillo is a red wine grape popular in Spain and is the most important grape variety in the production of Rioja, where it is traditional to blend grapes, although many pure Tempranillo wines of excellent quality are now being...

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