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El Ruedo – 2015

Our own private label wine is made up of grapes from our 300 hectares vineyards in Olite, in Ribera Alta, Navarra, picked at the optimum ripeness level. The production of these vineyards does not exceed 5.000 Kg/Ha. Apellation D. O. NAVARRA Coupage Tempranillo 75%, Garnacha 18%, Cabernet-sauvignon 5%, Others 2%. Harvested in the middle of September when grapes are destemmed and placed in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature for a maceration period of approximately seven days. Malolactic conversion and later aging in tanks where the wine remains on lees until stabilization and bottling.

Tasting Colour: medium colour intensity with violet hues.

Nose: expressive nose, exuding a bouquet of red fruit, cherry and raspberry with hints of liquorice.

Palate: pleasant, gourmand, and harmonious in mouth, with flavours of fresh fruit, friendly and pleasant reminiscence.

Food Pairing: Its fruitiness makes this wine a fabulous match for starters, cured meats, certain types of fish and stews. Alcohol content: 13,5% Vol. Format: 750 ml. Serving temperature: 18 ºC

This entry level wine is suitable for retail to restaurateurs, hotels, supermarkets, as well as specialist wine retailers.

We are offering excellent discount to distributors on this exclusive wine. Email us at lucilda@stewarthilluk.com or call us on +44 207 101 4213.

Our own “El Ruedo” is a young wine, produced using, local and traditional methods, with grapes harvested in the vineyards of wine cellars, in Olite situated in the Ribera Alta of Navarra. Its fruity and versatile character, it is an ideal accompaniment to a variety of rice and vegetable based dishes, hors d’oeuvres, pasta, cured meats, casseroles and certain types of fish.
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In the central part of the valley, alongside the Breede River the landscape is reasonably “flat” and terroir is mainly determined by difference in soil type, as the meso-climate and aspect in this part of the valley are very similar. Towards the foothills of the Langeberg and Sonderend mountain ranges, the landscape changes to that of rolling hills. In these areas a vast number of different terroirs can be found, which are influenced by differences in soil type, aspect and therefore also difference in meso-climate. Soil derived from transported material which includes the sandy and loamy alluvial soil, as well as the red clay loam and clay “Karoo” soils. Residual soils which include the shale soils of the Malmesbury and Bokkeveld soil families. The red clay loam and clay Karoo soils are the most dominant soil types in the wine valley and are often very calcareous. The water holding capacity of these soils is very good and the potential of growing quality wine on these soils are very high. The water holding capacity of the shale soils depend on the state of weathering. On the highly weathered sites the water holding capacity is excellent. On sites where weathering has not been that advanced, the water holding capacity varies from moderate to low.

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