before the norm was traditionally 25 years in oak. Rioja wine is made from grapes grown in the autonomous communities of, la Rioja and, navarre, and the. With Rioja Blanco, Viura is the prominent grape (also known as Macabeo ) and is normally blended with some Malvasa and Garnacha blanca. La Rioja Alavesa and la Rioja Alta, located closer to the mountains, are at slightly higher elevations and have a cooler climate. As was the case in many Mediterranean lands in mediaeval times, monks were the main practitioners of winemaking in La Rioja and great advocates of its virtues. Navarra and, aragon gave the first legal recognition of Rioja wine in 1102. In the thirteenth century, Gonzalo de Berceo, clergyman of the Suso Monastery.
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The harvesting of wine in La eurovending madrid Rioja has an ancient lineage with origins dating back to the. In the year 1063, the first documented report of viticulture in La Rioja appears in the ". Rioja is further subdivided into three zones: Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alavesa. Originally French oak was used but as the cost of the barrels increased many bodegas began to buy American oak planks and fashion them into barrels at Spanish cooperages in a style more closely resembling the French method. The first, simply labeled Rioja, is the youngest, spending less than a year in an oak aging barrel.
The Joven from 2008, Crianza from 2006, Reserva from 2005, and Gran Reserva from 2003 being released this year should bear the new label, in theory. The Society was established to promote the cultivation and commercialisation of Rioja wines and 52 Rioja localities participated.
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