Altos de Lanzaga, Telmo Rodriguez reinterprets the traditional Rioja.

Red Wine from D.O Rioja (Tempranillo, Graciano y Garnacha) It is the mixture of its native varieties cultivated in the best soil, the best viticulture. Telmo Rodriguez reinterprets the traditional Rioja winemaking with Paul Eguzkiza.

It shows maturity, good complexity and its identity, a marked minerality. Structure, a noble tannic expression, great balance and aftertaste marked today by its wood.

Altos de Lanzaga is the wine that best sums up the characteristics of the  project of the winemaker Telmo Rodríguez in Rioja area […] A real wine, fruit of committed work done in this winery, focused on managing the mix of their grapes, their plots, their climates, Atlantic and Mediterranean, and its surroundings, the mountains and the olive.”

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100% vintage in boxes and field selection. Fermentation with indigenous yeasts in oak vats of 3000 kg. Aged 18 Months in fudres of 1500 liters and 225 liter barrels.

It shows the additional oak exposure both on the nose and palate but is on its way to being well-integrated. This is a serious, complex effort in a modern style that will evolve for 3-4 years.

Picota garnet color.,  in nose is toasty, mineral and smoked. The Palate is  Sweet Tooth, tasty and nice wood. dry finish.

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Since its birth, the fundamental argument of Telmo Rodriguez Wine Company is the only use of native varieties of original areas. This philosophy contrasts with the boom of the introduction of foreign varieties, virtually all Spanish vineyard.

The lack of media requires initial focus on rapid commercialization simple wines. Wines made in Navarra, Rueda, Alicante, Toro, Aragon, Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Valdeorras and Cigales, allow to study in depth the Tempranillo, Tinto Fino, Tinta de Toro, Garnacha, Monastrell, Mencia, Verdejo, Viura and Godello varieties . From the beginning these wines want to be a reflection of a landscape based primarily on the good grapes and families of exceptional vintners.

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