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Denominacion de Origen
Barrio de la Estación, Haro, Rioja Alta.
90% Viura, 10% Malvasia
Traditional Rioja viticulture. Organic, uncertified.
Calcareous clay and alluvial. The vineyards are located in the same area as the Prado Enea vineyards, however, are on northern oriented slopes, which protects the vines from excessive heat.
Continental with Atlantic influences.
After selection, only the lightest pressed wine is used to produce this wine. The must undergoes first fermentation in 1,000 L. wooden vats, where the wine is left until April. Second fermentation induced in bottle.
14 months in bottle
A unique wine that demonstrates the potential for quality in Spanish sparkling wine. As the Muga family has always been enamored by Champagne, they set out decades ago to produce a sparkling wine from Rioja of the highest quality. Produced with indigenous varieties of Rioja, Conde de Haro has always been a mythical sparkling wine. Riddled and disgorged by hand, it is produced with the most traditional methods possible, resulting in a complex and timeless wine.