2526 – Young Red Wine Masia Oliveda 2022 D.O. Empordà

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History: Genius, inventor, artist and almost magician; José Oliveda was able to create a winery in a time of war to brighten the lives of the villagers and generate prosperity in the area. His wife, patient and hardworking, always by his side, leaving a mark at every step and intensely living the great challenge of founding a family business.Anna Maria Oliveda Rigau, a unique woman and daughter of the founders, decided to follow in her parents’ footsteps. Next to her is her husband Josep Freixa Escarrà, a native of neighbouring vineyard lands who contributed his knowledge of the matter and desire to grow the family business.Currently at the helm of the ship, a great captain, Alfonso Freixa Oliveda who for more than 30 years has directed and defended our family winery, creating a new wine project, which today has become a company with its own identity.

Cultivation: Vines grown in the Albera massif, where the traditional Empordà vines (Grenaches and Carignans) play a leading role, together with the slate soils that bring great personality, together with a high mountain climate achieve imprinting great character on their wines, and the result of great work where respect for the territory is the main part.

Winery: Oliveda Group

Varieties: Black Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon

Designation of Origin: D.O. Emporda

Alcohol content: 13% Vol.

Bottle type and Capacity: Burgundy 75 Cl.

Tasting notes:

· View: Violet with bluish reflections.

· Nose: Aromas of black and red fruit with subtle notes of vanilla.

· Mouth: Pleasant and fresh with elegant and shy tannins.

Pairing: Shrimps in garlic, stewed rabbit, game with feathers and hair.

Service: Optimal temperature between 16 and 18ºC.

Additional information

Weight 6,2 kg

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