Bodega Hiriart
Single 75cl bottle

Juana de Hiriart Crianza

Made from handpicked, select Tempranillo grapes from our oldest, limited production vineyards, only the best grapes make it to the cellar after passing through a careful selection process.

PRODUCER

Bodega Hiriart

WINE NAME

Juana de Hiriart Crianza

COUNTRY

Spain

REGION

Castilla y León

SUB REGION

Cigales (Valladolid)

ALTITUDE

710 to 790 metres

APPELLATION

D.O. Cigales

VINTAGE

2011

GRAPE VARIETY

Tempranillo

HARVEST

Manual picking

AGEING

12 to 14 months in oak barrels (French, American and central European) and 6 to 12 months in bottle.

ALCOHOL CONTENT

14% ABV

COLOUR

Red

PRODUCT TYPE

Still wine

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

SOLD AS

Single 75cl bottle

CASE QUANTITY

6x 75cl bottles

WINEMAKER

Patricia Práganos

FEATURES

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

PRODUCT CODE

23411106

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Juana de Hiriart Crianza

Tasting notes

Garnet with cherry nuances. Vivid and bright colour. Aromatic complexity, elegant and rich in shades. Surprising silkiness for such a powerful and structured wine. A wine to enjoy and remember.

Juana de Hiriart Crianza

Food pairing notes

Perfect with beef, lamb, veal and poultry.

Suggested serving temperature: 14ºC to 16ºC

Juana de Hiriart Crianza

Winemaker notes

Made from handpicked, select tempranillo grapes from our oldest, limited production vineyards, only the best grapes make it to the cellar after passing through a careful selection process.

The quality of the grape determines the result of this wine, with production involving both traditional viticultural techniques and state-of-the-art wine making technology to create a wine with an exceptional personality.
Our tempranillo grape is known for its fruity potential and its great suitability for ageing, featuring an excellent polyphenolic concentration.

The ageing of our wine in the barrel includes a 14-month malolactic fermentation and subsequent oxidative ageing process, before an additional 12-month period of ageing in the bottle.

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