The 2013 Selección Viñas Viejas is a mixture of Tempranillo grapes from multiple small plots of old vines in the village of La Aguilera, where the family has the vineyards and the winery. There is low alcohol and very good freshness here, despite the fact that it was harvested in mid-October. It matured in oak barrels for one year. 2013 was a challenging vintage, a cool year, but with problems of botrytis during the harvest, so it was necessary to sort and select thoroughly, and they even sold some grapes. The old vines are harvested earlier, and these were the grapes for this wine, which has an herbal freshness and some spicy and earthy notes with some oak in the background. The palate is medium to full-bodied, but with very good freshness that makes it feel lighter and easier to drink, quite accessible with fruit at the forefront. It developed a note of orange peel with time in the glass. A very good wine for the year. (LG)
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