• Harvest 2019

    Few weeks ago, Emma Villajos, our Bodegas Valdelacierva winemaker, started at the vineyards, the control of the ripening of the grapes, in view of the coming 2019 harvest. After the recent pictures of the Grenache singular vineyard de Garnacha at Finca Montepedriza state, today we have travelled to Baños de Ebro in order to do an evaluation of the Valdelacierva crianza vineyards.
    The begining of the harvest goes according to plan and it seems quite promising. Extremely balanced with good phenolic maturity due to the balanced load of the bunches. If the weather holds on and there isn’t any last minute scare, it could be a menorable harvest in Rioja.

  • Fenavin. Do we have a meeting?

    Hispanobodegas will be present in the next edition of Fenavin, fair that will take place in Ciudad Real from the 7th to the 9th of May. During the event, we are going to show all our wines and innovations. If you want to meet us, we are going to be waiting for you in Pabellón Gaminides, Street 17, Stand 18, or if you prefer to have a personal meeting with us, we are going to be pleased to organize it.

    Contact: juancarlos.llopart@hispanobodegas.com

     

     

  • Valdelacierva “Revelation Wine 2019”

    The wine Valdelacierva Grano a Grano 2016, from Bodegas Valdelacierva, joins to the club of the “11 Magnificent” and includes to its long list of awards the Best Revelation Wine Award 2019 from the Guide Vivir el Vino 365 wines per year. The publication, which in addition scores this wine from Rioja with 95 points, has selected Valdelacierva Grano a Grano 2016 among more than 1.600 wines, taking into account a demanding selection criteria. With this new accomplishment, Bodegas Valdelacierva sees the results of a work that involves a handmade production, characteristic that gives to the wine an authentic personality, based on the singular vineyard of the farm that sees it born “La Botija”.

  • Valdelacierva: Thanksgiving’s wine

    By CAROLYN EVANS HAMMOND: ” If you’ve ever hosted a traditional Thanksgiving feast, you know the costs can add up. There’s the big bird to buy, the fixings, the pie, the centrepiece and of course the wine. I’m a firm believer that you don’t have to spend a fortune to get a great bottle of wine. So here are five tasty, crowd-pleasing bottles that go well with turkey — each for less than $16:

    2012 Bodegas Valdelacierva, Rioja, Spain

    Those who like big, lush reds no matter what they’re eating will no doubt enjoy this undervalued bottle just released in Vintages. This stellar oak-aged Tempranillo exudes warm aromas of stewed cherries and vanilla bean then swathes the palate with cashmere flavours of sweet macerated berries, toasted nut, warm toffee, cherry and blueberry. It’s quite a characterful, smart wine that is well worth snapping up.

    Score: 94

     

  • 12 Linajes on the Top of Wine Enthusiast

    Only one Verdejo Spanish wine have been selected and the magazine puts this Rueda in a privileged position within the Spanish Wines range and it also puts Hispanobodegas on an  upward path  because of the quality of its wines.

    12 Linajes Verdejo is defined by the plublication Wine Enthusiast as “verdejo hists the sweet spot, with a crisp nose focused on green-apple aromas. The palate has a free-flowing feel and well-presented flavors of apple, peach and melon. An easyfading finish ends this well”.

     

  • Peñin’s Wine Guide – Top Wines of Hispanobodegas

    Current edition, our wines have been able to position in a place of prestige in Peñi’s Wine Guide . Due to of our improvement and its hard work Hispanobodegas has been rewarded:

     

    BODEGAS VALDELACIERVA – RIOJA

    Valdelacierva grano a grano: 94 points
    Alfar Reserva: 93 points
    Valdelacierva Garnacha: 92 points
    Alfar Vendimia Seleccionada: 92 points
    Valdelacierva Crianza: 90 points

    VIÑEDOS Y BODEGAS GORMAZ – RIBERA DEL DUERO

    12 Linajes crianza: 92 points
    12 Linajes Reserva: 92 points
    Viña Gormaz crianza: 91 points
    12 Linajes roble: 90 points

    BODEGAS GARCI GRANDE  – RUEDA

    Anier VS Verdejo: 92 points
    12 Linajes Verdejo: 91 points
    GarciGrande Verdejo: 90 points

  • The highest quality of Hispanobodegas wines

    The Hispanobodegas Winery Group has renewed its  BRC   Global   Standard  for  Food  Safety  and   IFS   International   Food Standard Certifications, which ratify compliance with legal requirements and food safety in the production and marketing of its wines and ensuring the highest level of protection for its wines, customers  and consumers.   This accreditation guarantees that quality prevails throughout the   wineries:  GarciGrande (Rueda), Valdelacierva (Rioja) and Viñedos&Bodegas Gormaz (Ribera del Duero) at the highest levels established by international best practice.

    The   award   represents   recognition   once   again   for   the   wines   of  the Hispanobodegas wine group, a group of wineries that has succeeded in evolving and moving with the times, adapting to the demands of the moment and achieving quality objectives, year after year.

  • Can Vegans Drink Wine?

    To know the answer first of all you need to know more of them:

    • The name ‘vegan’ comes from ‘vegan’ Anglicism created from ‘veganian’.
    • November 1 is “World Vegan Day”.
    • In their diet, vegans are strictly vegetarian and completely exclude any animal products.
    • Vegans not might use animal products in clothing (as leather, wool, and silk), toiletries and similar.
    • Avoid any product tested on animals: not on animal experiments.
    • They reject shows where animals are used.
    • Do not confuse veganism with environmentalism. The main difference between a vegan and vegetarian is that Veganism deals with each individual animal and its interests, while environmentalism is concerned with the conservation of species in general (both animal and plant).
    • Wines, as same as other foods, use gelatins or products of animal origin, for example, for grapefruit juice. The Hispanobodegas’s wines and concretely of Bodegas Valdelacierva (Rioja) and Bodegas and Viñedos Gormaz (Ribera del Duero) are apt to be drunk by the vegans. ¿Do we toast with a 12 Linajes red wine of Ribera del Duero? Or Do we accompany any vegan recipe with a Valdelacierva Rosé wine from the Denomination of Origin Rioja?

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