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Señorio de P. Peciña Cosecha

Señorio de P. Peciña Cosecha 2019

Rioja, SpainBodegas Hermanos Peciña is firmly planted in traditional Rioja, one of perhaps a dozen of producers adhering to the tenets passed down through generations. This includes long aging in mostly neutral American oak, regular open-air racking by hand (called trasiego), and then further aging in bottle often well beyond the specifications required by the DO. Founder Pedro Peciña had over two decades of working in Rioja Alta before opening his own Bodega in 1992. This is a blend of 95% Tempranillo, 3% Graciano, and 2% Garnacha, from Hermanos Pecina's youngest vineyards, La Veguilla and Valseca, which average 25 years in age. This was native fermented in stainless, where it aged for six months before bottling without fining or filtration. Pouring a deep garnet hue, this is flush with red florals, downy plums, wild blackberries, thorns, and threads of balsamic. Brisk acidity works well against the tighter, fine tannins, guiding this to a lightly spiced wood finish. Drinking very well now, especially with lamb or roasted root veg. Great value.Tasted: 17 December 2020Tasted by: Treve RingPrices: ON 16.95 consignment Producer: Bodegas Hermanos PeciñaDistributors: Le Sommelier Inc.
Grape: Tempranillo/Tinto Fino/Tinta del Toro/Aragonez