Clean, bright, medium deep depth robe with ruby tones. Intense and complex, toasted notes, cedar, spices, ripe fruits background. Fine, tasty, good acidity and very balanced. Long finish, spiced notes and white chocolate.
It matches with meat, mushrooms, rice. Also tasty with oily fish like tuna or cod along with cheeses like Emmental or Gruyere.
Blend: 90% Tempranillo, 10% Graciano
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From Grupo Faustino, this single-vineyard red (90% Tempranillo and 10% Graciano) aged 30 months in French oak, whose presence is apparent on the nose alongside toffee, wild cherry, and cedar. It’s a bright, elegant, and white-peppered beauty with balanced acidity.
Campillo is produced by Bodegas Faustino, one of the most celebrated names in modern Spanish winemaking and the Rioja's single largest source of Reserva and Gran Reserva wines. However, this showcase winery is the Julio Faustino Martinez' personal mission create limited production, hand-crafted wines of exceptional quality united with architectural beauty.
Martinez selected 125 acres in the Laguardia region of the Rioja Alavesa, widely considered the finest area in the Rioja, as the site of his prized estate. The Campillo vineyards, characterized by arid, lime-clay soil and sheltered from extreme weather by the nearby mountain range, offer optimum growing conditions for Tempranillo, the classic Rioja varietal.
Hailed as the star red variety in Spain’s most celebrated wine region, Tempranillo from Rioja, or simply labeled, “Rioja,” produces elegant wines with complex notes of red and black fruit, crushed rock, leather, toast and tobacco, whose best examples are fully capable of decades of improvement in the cellar.
Rioja wines are typically a blend of fruit from its three sub-regions: Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Oriental, although specific sub-region (zonas), village (municipios) and vineyard (viñedo singular) wines can now be labeled. Rioja Alta and Alavesa, at the highest elevations, are considered to be the source of the brightest, most elegant fruit, while grapes from the warmer and drier, Rioja Oriental, produce wines with deep color, great body and richness.