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100% Pedro Ximénez.. Jahrgangsabfüllung. Goldgelb, klar. In der Nase intensive Noten von Williamsbirnen, Honig, Blüten. Am Gaumen erneut, ausgeprägte Note von Williamsbirnen, Caramel, Honig, Crème brûlée, Akazienblüten, Rosinen. Ausgeprägte Süsse am Gaumen, schön ausbalanciert mit angenehmer Säure. Konzentriert und ölige Konsistenz. Es empfiehlt sich, diesen Jahrgangs-PX unbedingt gekühlt bei 6-8° C. zu servieren. Als Begleiter einer noch etwas warmen Früchtetarte... Ein Traum. Eine Ewigkeit haltbar... Hier die Robert Parker-Bewertung des Jahrgangs 2011 | 100/100 Parker Punkte | (2013 noch nicht bewertet): WineAdvocate #1113 Nov. 2013 Robert M. Parker Jr. Alvear’s 2011 Pedro Ximenez de Anada is the most amazing Pedro Ximenez I have ever tasted. It may also be one of the first to be vintage-dated. The grapes were hand-harvested in September, then allowed to dry in the sunshine until they began fermentation, which is ultimately arrested by the addition of spirits. The wine spent six months in large American oak prior to being bottled. It is an amazing effort that looks like molasses. Notes of macerated figs, chocolate and caramelized tropical fruits emerge from this full-bodied, unctuously-textured wine. While sweet, it has enough acidity to balance out its richness. This astonishing 2011 Pedro Ximenez will last as long as any reader of this newsletter.

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90% Tempranillo, 10% Graciano.

Komplexer, klassischer Rioja nach alter Manier. In der Nase Noten von reifen roten Früchten, einem Hauch von Mandeln, Tabak, Zedernholz. Am Gaumen reif und filigran mit beachtlichen 12.5% endlich ein geschmeidiges Leichtgewicht mit komplexer Aromavielfalt.

Jetzt im Handel - eine klassische Rioja-Grösse! Wine Advocate #210| Dec 2013| Luis Gutierrez The 2004 Gran Reserva 904 is Tempranillo from Brinas, Labastida and Villalba balanced with 10% Graciano from Briones and Rodezno. The grapes were fermented and macerated in inox vats for 14 days at 28º C, and malolactic fermentation lasted 28 days. The wine aged for 4 years in used American oak barrels averaging 4 years old, during which time it was manually racked 8 times. 150,000 bottles were filled. This 2004, from a superb vintage shows a beautiful light red color with a brick rim and a superb nose redolent of balsamic woods, spices, leather, well-hung meat, incense and truffles. The light to medium-bodied palate shows fully resolved tannins, great acidity and pure, pungent flavors that linger in the mouth forever and that can only be Rioja. This is a wine to smell over and over again. It might sound like an exaggeration, but this wine is still too young and you should wait a little bit and drink the superb 2001 vintage which should still be available on the market while this one matures in bottle. At this quality level the price is superb especially considering that the wine is being released 10 years after the vintage. Drink 2016-2024. La Rioja Alta has tremendously improved its wines in the last few years while keeping faithful to the most classical style. They have always been hugely popular in Spain, but they seem to be selling their wines faster and don’t produce every cuvee in every vintage and as a result had very few new wines to show. Vina Ardanza jumped from 2001 to 2004, and the next vintage will be 2005. Followers of traditional Rioja are very lucky as both the 904 as the 890 coming on the market are from great vintages and are superb.