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Anciano (10 Years) 2001

Varietal: Tempranillo
Vintage: 2001
D.O.: Valdepeñas
Winemaker: Javier Muñoz
Winery: Bodegas Navalon

Color: Very dark ruby red color with brick red rim
Nose: Spicy notes of leather and musk. Vanilla and cacao hints from the oak aging
Palate: Intense aromas of fruit compote and licorice
Finish: Long and velvety

The Tempranillo grapes were hand-picked at the end of August / beginning of September 2001 from 30 year old vines in stony Valdepeñas vineyards. The soil is clayey lime and the climate continental - cold winters and hot, dry summers. The grapes were harvested at their optimum ripeness and with very good acidity. Fermentation wasat controlled temperatures (below 28º C) in stainless steel tanks. The wine was then matured in French, American and Hungarian oak casks with different toasting levels.

ppH: 3.40 to 3.60
ALC: 13%
RS: < 3 g/l
Malolactic: Yes
TA: 5.2 - 5.5 g/l

12 x 750 ml per case
60 cases per pallet (4 layers of 15)
Bottle UPC: 858828001323 / Case UPC: 5060108901659


Rating by The Wine Advocate

90 Points - Wine Advocate, Issue # 195, June 2011
“Even better is the 2001 Gran Reserva (from a superior vintage). Deeper in color than the 2003 [Aged 7 Years] and
with greater complexity both aromatically and on the palate, this outstanding value will provide pleasure for both mind
and body over the next 6 - 8 years.”


Gran Reserva wines undergo a minimum aging period of 60 months, 18 of which are spent in oak barrels with a maximum capacity of 330 liters, and the remaining time in the bottle.


Anciano Reserva Well Oiled Wine
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