Variety: Tempranillo 95% and 5% Graciano. The Graciano is an indigenous variety of Rioja, a perfect travel companion for the Tempranillo, as they complement each other perfectly for a fruitful old age. Around 60 years old vineyards. Chalk-clay soil. Mediterranean climate with Atlantic influences. Rainfall: An average of 650 liters per year.

This wine shows the true personality of a vine-grower,somebody that has always been faithful to their vineyards. Harvested during the second week of October. 9-day alcoholic fermentation at 26º C. Extended skin-contact maceration for 12 days. Malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels. Aged for 18 months, using French oak barrels and American oak barrels.

Visual phase: Deep ruby-red colour. Nose: High aromatic intensity, with prevailing balsamic notes ofaromatic herbs, lavender, fennel and rosemary. Perfectly integrated scents of black fruit. Mouth: Big mouth-filling wine; well-balanced acidity in the mouth,with a pleasant structure and fine tannins. Pleasant finish, with a background of dark fruit, plum and chocolate.

Service temperature: From 12ºC to 18ºC.

Pairing: It pairs with tapas, meat, stews, legumes, traditional Spanishmeals and desserts.


Recently awarded with its second Best of Wine Tourism in Art and Culture, Bodegas Valdelana is located in Elciego, birthplace of Rioja wines. Elciego is a village of about 1,000 inhabitants placed between Logroño and Vitoria in the region known as Rioja Alavesa.Bodegas Valdelana does not only produce olive oil and a great variety of wines, but it also has two Museums located in a 15th century underground cellar.

Our wine is a tribute to those fifteen generations that have preceded us in time, our grandparents who with their good work, have given us what we are today, a family winery settled in those strong drafts that have seen us grow since 1583.

Valdelana family makes wines for people with sensibility, people who can perceive and appreciate the work and passion that is inside a bottle, in each drink we try to seduce in the aftertaste, most important part of memory being this one that embraces the rest of the senses.

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