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Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado

Bright salmon-pink in color, this wine opens with notes of fresh strawberries, cherries, raspberries, watermelon candy and hints of fresh herbs. One of Rioja’s most subtle and soft Rosados, this fresh and light wine is fruit-forward, with bright acidity and a well-balanced finish. Located 2.5 hours north of Madrid near the village of Navarrete in Rioja Alta, the vines that go into making Finca Nueva’s Reserva are on average 35 years old and strategically planted in a north-northeast-facing direction. Containing a climate that is influenced by the nearby Atlantic Ocean, Rioja Alta is known for prolonged periods of maturation, creating ideal growing conditions for Tempranillo, an early- ripening varietal. Comprising of 50% estate-grown fruit, the vines that provide fruit for Finca Nueva’s red and white wines are either trellised or head-pruned and always planted close together, increasing nutrient competition. Rioja Alta’s unique terroir comprises a mixture of chalky, calcium-rich and ferrous-clay, to rocky and alluvial soils. The 39 acres of vineyards controlled by Miguel Ángel de Gregorio for production at Finca Nueva are organically fertilized and farmed sustainably.
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Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado
Bright salmon-pink in color, this wine opens with notes of fresh strawberries, cherries, raspberries, watermelon candy and hints of fresh herbs. One of Rioja’s most subtle and soft Rosados, this fresh and light wine is fruit-forward, with bright acidity and a well-balanced finish. Located 2.5 hours north of Madrid near the village of Navarrete in Rioja Alta, the vines that go into making Finca Nueva’s Reserva are on average 35 years old and strategically planted in a north-northeast-facing direction. Containing a climate that is influenced by the nearby Atlantic Ocean, Rioja Alta is known for prolonged periods of maturation, creating ideal growing conditions for Tempranillo, an early- ripening varietal. Comprising of 50% estate-grown fruit, the vines that provide fruit for Finca Nueva’s red and white wines are either trellised or head-pruned and always planted close together, increasing nutrient competition. Rioja Alta’s unique terroir comprises a mixture of chalky, calcium-rich and ferrous-clay, to rocky and alluvial soils. The 39 acres of vineyards controlled by Miguel Ángel de Gregorio for production at Finca Nueva are organically fertilized and farmed sustainably. 2018 began in Rioja Alta with a cold winter that brought heavy snowfall during the month of February. April contained abundant rainfall and a late bud break occurred during the third week of the month, followed by intense vegetative development of the vines. A cool and rainy May promoted flowering towards the end of the month, which progressed well through to July. Early summer exhibited hot temperatures and more heavy rain. Verasion took place in the third week of August and extended through early September. Grape maturation continued properly through the first fortnight of September and the latter part of the month saw abundant rainfall. October brought on cool nights, allowing for an ideal phenolic and aromatic maturation. Harvest began on October 15th with mild temperatures and no rain.
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