Pujanza Cisma

75 cl

100% Tempranillo from the single vineyard La Valcabada, planted in 1925. This vineyard produces tin yields, It has been recommended that this wine requires lengthy effort and patience before it is enjoyed, 'from 2018 to 2037 if not longer' according to Robert Parker.

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Pujanza Cisma

100% Tempranillo from the single vineyard La Valcabada, planted in 1925. This vineyard produces tin yields, It has been recommended that this wine requires lengthy effort and patience before it is enjoyed, 'from 2018 to 2037 if not longer' according to Robert Parker.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Black Fruits, incense, truffle, pencil lead and licorice.
Palate Dense layered and powerful
Colour Opaque Purple
Fact Sheet
Fluid 75 cl
Grape Variety 100% Tempranillo
Alcohol % 14% ABV
Style Dry, Very Full Bodied
Estate/Producer 2007
Country Spain
Region/AOC Rioja
Vintage 2007
Making Techniques One of the Riojas available. Made using grapes from a single vineyard with very low yielding vines, planted in 1925
Closure Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential 2018-2037
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Robert Parker 95 Points A glass-coating opaque purple colour, it offers up a lightly roasted nose of black fruit compote, incense, truffle, pencil lead, and licorice. Dense, layered and powerful, this full bodied behemouth demands 6-8 years of cellaring. It has all the right stuff, but patience is required. Drink this lengthy comfort from 2018 to 2037 if not longer'

Tags: Red Wine, Rioja, Spanish Wine, Pujanza