Founded in 1885, Felipe Lagunilla was the man who worked hardest to rescue the Rioja vineyards from the phylloxera crisis. Made commander by the King, he is known for leading Spanish farmers to replant vines grafted with American rootstocks that were already resistant to phylloxera. Bought by the giant Diageo and later by the Marqués de la Concordia Family of Wines; The winery preserves the legacy of Felipe Lagunilla and the winemaking tradition of one of the most traditional wineries in Rioja Alta.
After careful fermentation at temperatures no higher than 28º C. The wine is aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 24 months and then in the bottle (6 months minimum) for a combined total period of 36 months before being released.
Ideal to accompany roast meats, pasta, tomato sauces, barbecues and game pieces.
Deep and bright cherry color with garnet rims.
On the nose, aromas of forest fruits with nuances of wood and vanilla.
On the palate it is a well-balanced, silky, elegant wine with notes of ripe wild fruit and spices.
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