Pujanza Cisma Rioja

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Pujanza Cisma Rioja

£95.00

  • Designation: DOCa
  • Producer: Pujanza
  • Year: 2009
  • ABV: 14.5%
  • Grape: 100% tempranillo
  • Region: Rioja
  • Size: 750ml
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An intense ruby red wine, powerful and elegant, full bodied with velvety tannins

Food Match: The Pujanza Cisma 2009 is a stunning wine that would complement almost any well prepared dish, although it is excellent with large game.

An intense cherry red with purple hues. On the nose it is both complex and intense  revealing a ripe red and black fruit base with spicy notes, toasted hues, minerals and a balsamic touch.

On the palate the Pujanza Cisma 2009 is full-bodied, fleshy, with plenty of fruit.  It is well balanced with an excellent  acidity and powerful velvety tannins.  Long and highly persistent finish

A powerful and elegant wine of great ageing capacity.

It is aged for 16/18 (?) months in French oak barrels and left to stand in the bottle for a further ...  months.

Temperature of Consumption: 18º C (64,4º F).

It is recommended to decant for at least two hours before drinking

AWARDS:
- 96 Points in The Wine Advocate (USA).
- 94 Points in International Wine Cellar – Stephen Tanzer.
- 94 Points in Guía Peñín (SPAIN).
- 99 Points in Guía Proensa (SPAIN).

Pujanza

Pujanza – Tempranillo

Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza is a small familiar winery that started in 1998. Carlos San  Pedro, owner and technical director of the winery, is the fourth generation of a  family with a great viticulture tradition. Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza is his personal project, an idea he had since his childhood and today, thirteen years after the  beginning, it has become a reality.  The winery follows strict guidelines to make  high quality wines,  choosing specific vineyards for each wine and a limited production. Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza is located in Laguardia, in the heart of D.O.Ca. Rioja  Alavesa, one of the most beautiful villages of Spain, with a great culture and historic  heritage.

Features D.O.Ca. Rioja:

– La D.O.Ca. Rioja is located between two mountains, la Sierra de Cantabria in the north and  Sierra de la Demanda in the south. Sierra de Cantabria works like a natural boundary and meteorological barrier, providing ideal conditions to the vineyards.
– The climatic influences are Atlantic, Continental y Mediterranean.
– Rainfall: aprox. 400 mm.
– Several microclimates.
– Different wine styles according to geography.

Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza Vineyards:

All wines from Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza are from single state vineyards. “In Bodegas Pujanza, quality of the vineyard, type of soil, kind of weather and the way to work it, are real important things in the wine making process. Without quality grapes we will never be able to make quality wines!, therefore we pay attention to every detail”.

The Pujanza Cisma vineyard is named LA VALCABADA:

Planted in 1925
0,8 Has. (1,4 Acres)
Altitude: 600 m. (2.000 ft.)
Type of soil: clay-limestone.

 

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