Grapes: 80% Tempranillo, 15% Garnacho, 5% Graciano and Mazuelo.
Aging: 5 years in American oak barrels and at least 4 years in bottles. Racked twice per year and no added yeast.
Taste: Its nose is persistent, full bodied and showing a lot of mature fruit, being dominated by the Tempranillo grape. Its taste is round, smooth, fresh, full of body and persistent.
Gastronomy: The perfect partner to roasted and highly flavored meats.
Color: Evolved perfectly, showing a deep ruby color with shades of orange.
Talking About the Wines:
-Vinous Media, Nov '15 gave 93 points to 2004 Viña Bosconia Reserva. "Aromas of dried cherry, potpurri, vanilla and sandalwood, with an exotic touch of allspice building in the glass. Sweet, concentrated and focused, offering cherry compote and rose pastille flavors that put on weight and pick up a smoky nuance on the back half."
-eRobertParker.com, Aug ’12 gave 92 points to 2003 Viña Bosconia Reserva. “...hints of cooked meat, hickory, peat and rosemary that is beautifully defined. The palate is medium-bodied with firm dry tannins and a poised, lifted earthy finish with touches of soy and sea salt on the aftertaste..."