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Rioja Vino de Puebla

Jose Gil

Rioja Vino de Puebla Bottle
Appellation
Rioja
Variety
Tempranillo, Viura
Age of Vines
5-60+
Farming
Sustainable
Soil
Clay-limestone, sand
Altitude
500-600 meters
Fermentation
Hand harvested, partially destemmed, natural yeast co-fermentation in stainless steel tanks and open-topped barrels, gentle maceration
Aging
10 months in 300L French oak barrels (new, second and third-fill)

Overview

Jose’s “village” Rioja is sourced from his vineyards of La Canoca, La Cóncova, San Martín, and El Bardallo. A blend of Tempranillo with a small percentage of Viura, Vino de Puebla is co-fermented in stainless steel tanks then aged 10 months in Jose’s cellar in San Vincente. Comprising the majority of the total production, Jose feels this wine represents the essence of the place of his birth – forthright, expressive, uncomplicated but far from simple, and something that could only come from his vineyards. Truly an ancestral expression of Rioja.

Ratings & Reviews

92

2018 Rioja Vino de Puebla

Source: WA

90

2016 Rioja Vino de Puebla

Source: WA

Rioja, Spain
  • Location
    Rioja, Spain
  • Appellation
    Rioja
  • Proprietor
    Jose Gil
  • Winemaker
    Jose Gil
  • Size / Elevation
    5 hectares / 540-600 meters
  • Portfolio
    Eric Solomon Selections

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