Bordón D’Anglade Crianza Rioja
Elaboration of the red Rioja Crianza Bordón D’Anglade
The Tempranillo variety is one of the most chosen when making red wines within the Rioja Qualified Denomination of Origin. After the grapes are harvested, they go through the destemming process to continue fermentation in contact with the skins at 22ºC. After this, the malolactic deacidification process of the wine is carried out in American oak barrels.
The Bordón D’Anglade Crianza is a red wine that has an aging of 12 months in French and American oak barrels, and then ageing in bottle.
Unique properties of Bordón D’Anglade Crianza
The Tempranillo grapes make this red wine present with a garnet color reminiscent of cherry. On the nose it is presented as a wine impregnated with smoky touches, spices, minerals, dairy and balsamic aromas. Already in the mouth, it has noble tannins, which makes it have an elegant finish that leaves us notes of wood and minerals on the palate.
What does this crianza red wine pair with?
The best way to accompany the Bordón D’Anglade Crianza is together with dishes of legumes, although it also pairs very well with white meats, beef, pork or veal. The tables of pecorino cheese marry perfectly with the nuances of this Tempranillo, which can also be tasted next to a good dish of elaborated pasta.
Recognitions of the Bordón D’anglade Crianza in the world of wine
This wine from Franco-Spanish Wineries has managed to surprise the most expert palates, achieving high scores in the most important oenology guides: 91 points, Peñín Guide; 91 points, Tim Atkin; 90 points, Andreas Larsson; 90 points, Gourmets Guide; 90 points, James Suckling; Gran Plata, Real Casino de Madrid Wine Competition.
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